Since the late 1800s, the ability to send text messages has been restricted to the use of a landline phone. This isn’t really that big of a deal, but it is a bit of a restriction as you’ve got to use a phone. When you’re buying or selling real estate, you may have to use it, so you may need to use it.
A lot of times, a lot of things are not about to fall in the categories of legally binding or not. For instance, text messaging may not be something you have to do in a situation where you are buying or selling real estate. It may be something that you do in a situation where you are not buying or selling real estate where you don’t want to get caught.
Texting is legal in some places, and some states even require that all mobile phones be capable of text messaging. Even so, Ive been told that text messages are not legally binding in most states.
However, in some states, text messages are absolutely binding. In those states, you can be arrested for sending a text message. The police are legally required to confirm whether or not a text message was sent before they can make an arrest.
It’s actually a very big problem because the police can make an arrest and then never actually come in to arrest you. What happens if, say, you text “I’m driving to Chicago.” and the police come in to arrest you for a DUI, but are unable to prove that you actually were in Chicago? They would have to come in and arrest you a second time for DUI, which is sure to cause you a lot of stress.
Because of this, the police often request a text message from the person they’re arresting for their presence on a particular date. As a result, if you send a text out, they cannot legally stop you from committing a crime or from driving. So if you’re in the middle of a traffic stop and the police want to arrest you, they can’t actually arrest you unless they have a court order to do so.
Now, on the flip side of this, if youre in the middle of a domestic violence call, you might not be able to file a civil suit if the police can’t do anything else. A police officer can’t actually arrest you and bring you in for a second DUI offense. You can still file a complaint with the police department, but there’s a much higher chance theyll have to send you to a psychologist and get a restraining order to keep you from hurting yourself or another person.
But as it turns out, the law seems to be pretty clear. You can still file a civil suit if the police can’t do anything in court, but you probably shouldn’t be too worried about filing a suit since that’s going to put you in a difficult position when it comes to getting an attorney.
I am not a lawyer, so I will not comment on any legal implications of texting someone who you dont know. But you should definitely be aware that there is a pretty high chance you might end up getting taken to a psychological evaluation and getting a restraining order against you. But, you shouldnt be too worried. It is not as difficult as you might think to get an attorney to represent you. Theres a lot of help on the internet.
If you are a person who does not want to be in a relationship with someone, but you have a friend who does not want to be with you or your partner, there is nothing stopping you from texting them. And in fact, if you are smart about it, you should go so far as to start texting that friend first. If you get that friend to start texting you, there is nothing stopping you from texting them back.