Again the short answer here is maybe. The admissibility of these types of evidence is sometimes in question. The ability to authenticate them or to make sure that the court can be assured that the person or the author of these posts or these emails in this, is oftentimes more difficult than it might seem on its face. However, it is not unheard of, and it is not in fact, uncommon for these types of evidence to be introduced in court. Therefore, if someone has an email or a Facebook post or something like that that would qualify as threatening conduct, then you can expect that they’ll at least try to get it in. They may not always succeed, but it’s highly likely that it would.

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