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Steven Pinkert, Attorney at Pinkert and Marsh, P.A., informs people applying to the Florida Bar of the dangers that social media could present.
New York, NY, United States of America ( 22/10/2012
Although social media connects people in many ways, it can also have negative effects and hinder people in certain circumstances. According to Steven Pinkert Law Firm, it is common for the Florida Board of Bar Examiners to research your use of social networking. This is especially true for applicants who are pleading rehabilitation so the board can affirm that there are no comments regarding the police, prosecutors, ex-spouses, law school staff, and even the Board themselves on a something like a Facebook wall or blog post.

The FBBE also uses social media to review habits of applicants regarding issues like partying, drinking, and drugs. It is important to be truthful regarding these aspects of your life, because if the FBBE is really interested, they will find out. For example, you could say under oath that you do not excessively use alcohol, and then the board could access your Facebook and see that you were untruthful. Even if you deactivate your Facebook or make it "private" the Florida Bar Admission Board can still subpoena information from your Facebook if they really want to!

Steven Pinkert is especially informed on this information because he went through the Florida Bar application process and is now a renowned attorney who is well-versed on the guiding factors of the legal system. Pinkert obtained his bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Southern California, attended Law School at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and earned his MBA and law degree from the University of Miami. He now serves clients all over Florida and welcomingly disperses his knowledgeable advice regarding the law school application process.

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Different jurisdictions use different approaches in providing legal counsel for criminal defendants who can't afford private attorneys. Under the federal system and most common among the states is through a publicly funded public defender office. Typically, these offices function as an agency of the federal, state or local government and as such, these attorneys are compensated as salaried government employees. Steven also had a personal blog at .


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