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No malice, just suspicion (access required)

An insurance investigator who shared his findings with police isn’t guilty of malicious prosecution, court finds

Like a convoluted tale out of a Raymond Chandler novel, the case had undertones of arson, fraud, death—and motocross. At the end of it, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled that an insurance investigator was not liable for malicious prosecution because the final say for pursuing a case rests with the police.

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