Laura Anderson Sep,2014
Have you ever watched a criminal television show and seen someone arrested? If so, then you probably have memorized the reading of Miranda rights: “…Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law…”. While what you say can be used against you, the same is true for anything you write. Did you know that you are potentially creating evidence everytime you write something? You may want to think twice before sending that e-mail, text message, facebook post or mailing a letter. Technology makes it very easy for us to instantly communicate or respond to each other but lulls us away from thinking about what we are communicating before sending. It’s usually a good idea to “sleep on it” before you decide to hit send. If you are represented by an attorney, ask your attorney to review your message before sending.