San Diego DUI lawyers suggest that people convicted of drunk driving or on California DUI probation not put negative information on social networks such as Twitter or Facebook.
California DUI attorneys do not want clients to make incriminating statements on social media as they could come back to bite. Today's Yahoo story is no exception.
Getting in trouble for a post on Facebook is becoming common. When a DUI Probationer who is not supposed to be consuming alcohol but passes a random breath test she maybe should not pass, don't blow it by publicizing it. You could face a DUI probation violaton. Here's how:
Back in 2012, Colleen Cudney was convicted for drunken driving. As part of her punishment, she was put on probation, and so on the day after St. Patrick’s Day, the 22-year-old was ordered to come to her Westland, Michigan probation office for a random breathalyzer test. She managed to pass it and celebratedthe good news on Facebook. That Facebook post, as WDIV Local 4 News reports, was a pretty stupid move. She purportedly posted:
“Buzz killer for me, I had to breatalyze this morning and I drank yesterday but I passed thank god lol my dumba**." There’s There are a lot of problems with this status update. Why don’t we go over them? (Note: Notice how I criticized her writing and then proceeded to make a mistake myself? Karma.)