Allegations that a woman with an order of protection against her tagged her victim in Facebook posts would, if true, constitute a violation of the protection order, a judge ruled.
According to Acting Westchester County Supreme Court Justice Susan Capeci in People v. Gonzalez, 6081M/15, Maria Gonzalez created a link to their Facebook profile in which she wrote “Stupid” and “You and your family are sad … You guys have to come stronger than that!! I’m way over you guys but I guess not in ya agenda.”
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