injury to character

See: libel
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As of today, they may be causing damage to democratic institutions as well as injury to character, reputation, career, and families of politicians and individuals cited in the COA report without due process and trial by publicity.
It considers loss of earnings on the basis of earning capacity plus loss of liberty, mental suffering, injury to character and reputation, legal costs and travelling costs of visiting family members.
Damages include both future pecuniary expenses as well as non-pecuniary losses such as the emotional pain, suffering, inconvenience, mental anguish, injury to character or credit standing, loss of health or enjoyment of life.