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West Palm Beach Criminal Defense > Video FAQs > Criminal Defense Law Videos > Can social media or Internet information be used to prove a case against me in court?

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

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It absolutely can. What that means is that you have to be very, very cautious about what you post on social media. I have seen numerous instances where postings have lead to law enforcement effectuating and arrest. It is senseless to post evidence of crimes committed online. There is no two ways about it, that evidence can and will be used against you.

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