NSW Starting defamation proceedings whilst ongoing criminal proceedings

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Tim W

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Why are you asking,
if you are going to dispute the answer,
when you don't like it?
 

Jaywoo220

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My understanding that malice and falsity defeats qualified privlege. Please enlighten me otherwise.
 
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Rod

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My understanding that malice and falsity defeats qualified privilege.
This understanding is correct, though the onus is now on you to prove malice.
 
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Jaywoo220

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Tim, I am not disputing the answer. I am just clarifying because I was not sure if it was completely correct.