Two paramedics in the Rio Grande Valley are denying making defamatory online reviews about a McAllen law firm because they say their statements were true.
The defendants, Trevor Nikos Kocaoglan and Pablo Trejo, also argued the court should dismiss the Law Office of Chris Sanchez’s suit. They say this will ensure their rights under the Texas Citizens Participation Act, which is meant to protect free speech by quickly dismissing “Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation.”
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