THIS WEEK’s PERP:
Colleen Cudney, 22, Michigan Resident
Convicted of a DUI in 2012, Ms. Cudney decided to imbibe on St. Patrick’s Day and was subsequently called into court to take a sobriety test. She somehow managed to pass the test, and then boasted about her achievement afterwards on Facebook.
THE INCRIMINATING EVIDENCE:
Ms. Cudney’s post was seen by local law enforcement personnel, who alerted the court. She now faces up to 93 days in jail.
Social Media is very, very public. And so anything you post becomes a matter of public record. Public record is admissible evidence in any court of law. Individuals and organizations need to understand that anything they post on social media can and will become the basis of any subsequent legal case against them if they break the law.
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