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What Those Involved in Civil and Criminal Cases Need to Know about Facebook and other Social Media Sites

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David and Ben Raybin authored an article that was recently published in the Tennessee Bar Journal on this topic. Such article highlights the many concerns that attorneys should have about their client having a facebook, my space, twitter, etc. account. Individuals tend to post significant personal information on their social media accounts, which can be accessed by investigators, prosecutors, opposing attorneys, and the other party, etc.
To read the full Tennessee Bar Journal Article Click HERE

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