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Michael P. Thomas' Complaint:
Defendants appear to suggest that allowing Plaintiff to pursue a malicious prosecution claim based on the assault charge would imply the invalidity of his harassment conviction (Defs.’ Reply 9), but that argument borders on frivolous. As noted above, the malicious prosecution claim can go forward only if the acquittal on the assault charge constitutes a termination in Plaintiff’s favor despite his (unchallenged) conviction on the other charge.
SCOTT A. KORENBAUM, Esq. (Frederick K. Brewington, Esq.,
ANDREW S. WELLIN, Of Counsel (Larry A. Sonnenshein, Of Counsel,
CATHERINE O'HAGAN WOLFE, Clerk of Court