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Minnesota Court Nixes 'Criminal Defamation' Law

The Minnesota Court of Appeals this week vacated a man's conviction for “criminal defamation,” which was based on comments that he posted to Craigslist. An appellate panel said the 1963 law was unconstitutional because it could be used to criminalize true statements, the Star Tribune reports.

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