Police and Social Media – Should You Delete Your Social Media Accounts?

This video is about the police and social media and explains whether you should delete your social media accounts after being arrested, being charged, or being investigated by the police.

In this video, Stephen Gustitis explains the reasons to deactivate or delete your social media after getting arrested by the police. The police and social media are utilized to solve crimes and catch criminals. Don’t let your social media accounts incriminate you in court. Not only do the police have social media monitoring tools for collecting your data, your active social media accounts can incriminate you with your status updates, photographs, or videos. Steve is a Texas Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney practicing in Bryan-College Station, Texas. He has more than 27 years of experience in the field of criminal law and criminal defense in Brazos County. His videos cover a range of the best defense tactics and defense strategies, including protecting clients from incriminating evidence on their social media like Facebook and Twitter.

By |2018-12-26T12:22:05+00:00December 26th, 2018|Categories: Constitutional Rights|Tags: , |0 Comments

About the Author:

Stephen Gustitis has practiced criminal law exclusively since 1990. First as an assistant district attorney with Brazos County and then in private criminal defense practice. He is Texas Board Certified in criminal law.

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