ACTIONS IN PARTICULAR CASES
LIBEL AND SLANDER
6-710. Privileged broadcasts. A privileged broadcast which shall not be considered as libelous, slanderous, or defamatory is one made:
(1) In the proper discharge of an official duty.
(2) In any broadcast of or any statement made in any legislative or judicial proceeding.
(3) By fair and true report, without malice of a judicial, legislative, or other public official proceedings, or of anything said in the course thereof, or of a charge or complaint made by any person to a public official, upon which a warrant shall have been issued or an arrest made.
[6-710, added 1963, ch. 158, sec. 5, p. 459.]