Social media has taken over life, and it is now just as important to be cautious of what you post on there for the sake of legal issues, as it is for the sake of ending up in your employer’s eyes. Everyone can watch you: friends, family, your employer, the police, the government, and even strangers.
You might post a photo of you at a really cool lookout spot. Your friends may know that in order to get that shot, you actually have to trespass on private property. They may like or even comment on your photo, and if your profile is set to public, strangers can see your content too. Eventually it can go viral, the media can pick it up, and the police can get involved, and slap you with punishments.
The situation we described might sound a little far-fetched, but trust us, it can happen. Maybe not to you, but to someone else. Maybe not even that exact scenario, but something similar where it was someone’s post on social media that got him or her noticed.
If someone you know has run into legal trouble and been arrested, then he or she may be eligible for bail, and if he or she is, we encourage you to get in touch with us at San Fernando Valley Bail Bond Store on his or her behalf. We will work together to get the bail bonds process started, and in no time, he or she will be out and back home.