You CAN sue your ex, but you won't win and might even be sanctioned (meaning you may have to pay your ex money) for bringing the lawsuit. This is a no-fault state.
You can't sue your husband for pain and suffering but as stated previously this would be a good alienation of affection case-but I'd be very concerned about the statute of limitations here.
Answer: You very well may be able to sue your former spouse. When someone lies and the lie hurts other people, even when it hurts only their reputations, the injured person can sue for slander and seek financial damages.
A lawsuit based on defamation can only exist when a false statement is made. You may be able to file a lawsuit for libel or slander against your ex-spouse for statements made on their own time. For example, if your spouse or child's other parent writes and posts a lie on social media it may be grounds for a lawsuit.
Answer: No. An individual who is convicted based on false testimony cannot sue the lying witness for civil (or money) damages. In the American legal system, a witness testifying under oath, even falsely, is immune from civil liability for anything the witness says during that testimony.
With that in mind, here are some signs that someone might be lying to you:People who are lying tend to change their head position quickly. Their breathing may also change. They tend to stand very still. They may repeat words or phrases. They may provide too much information. They may touch or cover their mouth..
They tend to point a lot. "When a liar becomes hostile or defensive, he is attempting to turn the tables on you," says Glass. The liar will get hostile because he is angry that you've discovered his lies, which may result in a lot of pointing.
Here are eight signs that your partner might not be telling the truth.They're acting differently.Their social media posts contradict what they're telling you.They say they never lie.They say "I didn't do it"They don't make eye contact.They lean away from you.They accuse you of lying..