Will a judge take the social media in a custody hearing into account?
I am waiting for the next custody hearing that I applied for.
I have recorded their social media messages, apart from myriad other facts.
In those social messages, she says things like someone tries to take away from you our 4-year-old, who doesn’t want to be a mother, to use my son to get her alcohol, etc.
Furthermore, I have pictures of her smoking marijuana repeatedly (essentially each day) in my son’s house and driving while under influence from her social media. These images corroborate the assertion from my son that his mother uses “all-glass stuff very often” (probable bongs) and the scent of the marijuana that I smelled when she rode in the car with my son and dropped him off one day.
Since my son is so young and she made him afraid to talk about his home life, he closes if someone asks questions, like CPS. These posts provide an insight into the house he is still not old enough to have.
All in all, legal advice on the basis of your experiences is requested if you assume that a judge would take these messages and photographs in court because I know often that they consider social media to be “exaggerated.”