Defamation, defined as; the action of damaging the good reputation of someone; slander or libel.
When you are #tried, #convicted, #sentenced by the government; and then #shunned by society and employers: Can you personally sue the legislative government officers for passing the unconstitutional laws, along with the executive government officers (police, prosecutors, and even defense lawyers and jailers) for enforcing those unconstitutional laws, as well as the judges and/or jurors for a guilty verdict and punishing you for violating unconstitutional laws?
In a word?
Remember, all of those government officers, including the jurors, if they do not judge the law in question first; they are in violation of the US Constitution, under which they swore oath to support, defend, etc. Jurors fall under the Pledge at the end of The unanimous Declaration, as do all other government officers who are also under The US Constitution.
How does this work?
When #Legislators pass a law (no matter how "minor" the crime or penalty; when that law violates the US Constitution; the enforcement of that law #Creates a #Criminal where no #Crime was committed.
The #Law is the Criminal.
When #ExecutiveOfficers ( #Police #Prosecutors and #DefenseLawyers ) enforce and prosecute, as well as refuse to defend against those laws;not to mention #Judicial officers, ( #Judges and #Jurors ) they all take part in slandering and defaming your good character. When #employers do a #CriminalBackground check and refuse to hire you based on having violated those unconstitutional laws -- all the government officers are guilty of destroying your reputation.
Having sworn oath to the US Constitution, the government officers make themselves personally liable for any and all damages that their actions cause to your reputation.