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Tagging Someone in a Facebook Post Can Violate a Restraining Order

You might think of violating a restraining order as involving a dramatic scene. A stalker appears on the red carpet. A former spouse drunkenly tries to confront his ex. But transgressions can be a lot subtler. They might even be as simple as tagging someone on Facebook. Maria Gonzalez was not allowed to contact her sister-in-law Maribel Calderon. The New York Law Journal reports, though, that Gonzalez tagged Calderon in a Facebook post and is now being charged with second-degree criminal contempt because of the alleged tag.
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