What You Post On Facebook Can Impact You In Court

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What you say and do on the internet can be used against you in a court of law. Colorado’s Best Attorney Phil Harding from Harding & Associates explains how attorneys do intense background checks on behalf of their clients, including scouring social media like Facebook and Twitter.



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