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Can social media or internet information be used to prove a case against me in court?

Absolutely. Whenever things are posted on the internet, they’re public information at that point. Many times, law enforcement officers can trace that back to you either through showing your access to the account. They can trace your IP address. Law enforcement has a lot of tools at their disposal. Don’t post things on the internet that you wouldn’t want a judge to see. That’s the bottom line.

Don’t post things on the internet that you wouldn’t want another attorney to see if the other is an attorney representing the other side. Your private life is your private life, and I highly recommend that you keep your private life that way.

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