E-mail


#1

Emails can be used in Court. Remember, the Court does not “see” things the way you think the law should. Depends on your judge, your lawyer, ex’s lawyer. Forget Dragnet. And the Constitution. You are guilty until proven innocent. Good luck.


#2

I’m not sure I understand what you are asking about. Can your stbx use e-mails that you received during marriage in court? Yes, if they have access to them and are trying to prove infidelity. They would have to prove that you had a relationship with that person prior to your separation in order to go after them for CC or Alienation of Affection and to keep you from requesting alimony. E-mails, pictures, text messages, and voicemails can all be submitting as “proof”.


#3

If the emails were obtained legally then they would be admissible in court, however you will have a chance to testify and explain them.

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#4

I wanted to know if e-mails are submissable in court? If you were looking for friendship from the opposite sex but nothing else. But, I received some very explicited e-mails which was not what I had wanted at all.

Thanks
L

Lynn Austin