DUI and Facebook Don’t Mix
Are You Being Followed On-Line by Your Probation Officer…by the Prosecutor?
The latest trend making the rounds on DUI-related chat boards are rumors of prosecuting attorneys using Facebook, Twitter and My Space pages/posts to blindside defendants at sentencing. Apparently, some people who plead guilty have gone onto these sites and detailed how they are breaking probation and/or not following the court-ordered “no alcohol” policy. This should be something to go over with the typical DUI client who is of an internet generation in a way most “seasoned” DUI attorneys are not. Just as we say on this site: “Please do not post anything you would not want your grandmother (or the judge) to see.” If you find yourself in need of a Dayton DUI attorney, please contact Charles M. Rowland II at 937-879-9542 or 1-888-ROWLAND.
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