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FindLaw's Top 5 Facebook Posts of the Week: Spring Break Edition

By Christopher Coble, Esq. on April 06, 2018 1:40 PM

FindLaw has, for a while now, been the best source of legal information on the internet. And a big part of what makes us so great is our social media presence. We can bring you the latest legal developments in real time via Facebook and Twitter, and we can engage with our followers on the most relevant legal matters.

Here are the five stories our followers found most interesting this week, based on our Facebook engagement:

1. Is It Illegal to Open Someone Else's Mail?

Did the last tenant not update their address? Are you wondering why someone is writing your spouse? Or did you just find a letter on the street? You might want to think twice about opening it. Here's why.

2. 3 Legal Risks of House Flipping

It looks so easy on TV -- how hard can it be in real life? Beyond finding the right property, getting the renovations done, and finding a buyer, you might also want to watch out for these legal risks before flipping a home.

3. Top 7 Tips to Avoid a Spring Break DUI

Celebrations go hand-in-hand with libations. Just make sure you don't bring the party behind the wheel.

4. May the Court Force Me to Testify?

It's something many of us fear -- to be dragged into court, sworn in, and interrogated by a lawyer. Is there any way you can avoid it? Learn more here.

5. 5 Common Spring Break Injuries and Your Legal Rights

Sadly, we don't all escape from our spring breaks unscathed. So, if you were injured on spring break, what are your legal rights? And what about any legal responsibilities?

Many of you might not have known we're on Facebook, so like our Consumer Facebook page to follow the latest legal development and engage with us on the biggest, and sometimes weirdest, legal stories.

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