my son was caught with pictures (texts) in his cell phone that the sheriff went through without...
his permission and now arrested him and was charged with felony vandalism because supposedly the city we live in has 0 tolerance for vandalism and they said that the pictures (Texts) even though he didnt do it the pics are just as good as if he did. Is that True?
He placed himself at the scene of the vandalism. He incriminated himself by taking pictures with his cell phone and you are wondering if the sheriff has the authority to do anything about it? Perhaps, for his sake, getting arrested is good thing. Maybe it will get his attention and make him stop his activities before he gets in serious trouble. You are not helping him by trying to get him off on a "technicality".Taking responsibility, for what he has done, is the right thing to do.
Legally speaking - NO - in most states or provinces, NO, no - NO!. The sheriff cannot go through his personal belongings without a warrant.
In any event - even if he *had* a warrant (which it does not sound like he did) - it does not PROVE your son took the pictures.
Way too many people do Not know their rights!!
by Christopher J Wood5 years ago
Is it advisable to use cell phone photos in a hub?I am wondering if a cell phone camera produces a high enough quality photo? What is an acceptable mega-pixel rating?
by Annie6 years ago
Who has the best cell phone on the Market?With so many companies claiming to offer better deals, who has the best cell phone on the market today, and when would we be able to use our cell phone underground, like...
by LOT2DO4 years ago
Why do people keep changing cell phones?from one model/make to other and so on
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.