Lesson: If you are on bond, probation, or parole, Stay Off Facebook

Based upon photographs obtained off Facebook, the Connecticut Supreme Court upheld the revocation of one lady’s probation. The Court found that the Facebook content and photographs:

provided an adequate basis for the court to rely on the photographs as depictions of the defendant’s behavior during probation . . . that she appeared in these photographs again worshipping at the altar of alcohol and debauchery and lewd behavior  and she still has the audacity to go back on Facebook and show herself in a condition of being intoxicated.

Of course, the Court revoked her probation and reinstated her prison sentence.