charged with a class A misdemeanor harassment for FB under fake account?



charged with a class A misdemeanor harassment for FB under fake account?
I am In Missouri. It’s almost 10 months old. I did get Discovery and only partial screenshots and statement was all had. Would that be all evidence using, or is there a real chance they would try to warrant fb for info on the deleted account? Being as it’s only a misdemeanor

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Alibi Defense in Missouri


Alibi Defense

An alibi is a defense in criminal cases whereby a defendant demonstrates that he or she was somewhere else other than the scene of the crime at the time the alleged crime took place. In an alibi, a defendant is simply arguing that it is impossible for him or her to have committed the crime because they were at a different place at the time the crime was supposedly committed. A successful alibi rules out the defendant as the perpetrator of the offense

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The Exclusionary Rule


Criminal Evidence, Criminal Procedure

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