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Have you ever watched a “how to” video on YouTube?  To be honest, they are pretty cool.  From installing a sprinkler system in your back yard to cooking the world’s best chicken cordon blue, you can pretty much find anything you need to on YouTube.  Now of course, with the ease of technology and the growth of the internet comes the lack of common sense and the growth of stupidity.  As you will see in this next bail bond blog post, there are some YouTube topics and videos that you might want to avoid creating and promoting on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.  One of those topics might be how to grow marijuana.  Even more sensitive might be the chronicling of your own marijuana manufacturing (growing) efforts.  There is just something about doing illegal things that gets law enforcement all upset.  So upset they might just come and arrest you.

That is what happened to an Auburn, New Hampshire man earlier this week, when he posted the ongoing chronicles of his marijuana growing operation on YouTube.  As you can imagine the show can only go on for so long before people catch on and the law comes down on you. Eventually, the man was arrested, and sentenced to one year in jail with four months suspended.  Apparently the police were not lacking in evidence as the man had pretty much publically documented every step of the crime he was committing.  He was also ordered to pay a $500 fine.

What is the dumbest video you have ever seen on YouTube?  Have you ever see one that walked the line between legal and illegal?  Let us know below.  Read the original story below.

Original article: Man receives jail sentence for growing marijuana on YouTube

Posted by: Eric Granof

Read yesterday’s bail bond blog post: Bail Bonds and Arrows:  Shooting a Joint into the Joint

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Have you ever watched a “how to” video on YouTube?  To be honest, they are pretty cool.  From installing a sprinkler system in your back yard to cooking the world’s best chicken cordon blue, you can pretty much find anything you need to on YouTube.  Now of course, with the ease of technology and the growth of the internet comes the lack of common sense and the growth of stupidity.  As you will see in this next bail bond blog post, there are some YouTube topics and videos that you might want to avoid creating and promoting on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.  One of those topics might be how to grow marijuana.  Even more sensitive might be the chronicling of your own marijuana manufacturing (growing) efforts.  There is just something about doing illegal things that gets law enforcement all upset.  So upset they might just come and arrest you.

That is what happened to an Auburn, New Hampshire man earlier this week, when he posted the ongoing chronicles of his marijuana growing operation on YouTube.  As you can imagine the show can only go on for so long before people catch on and the law comes down on you. Eventually, the man was arrested, and sentenced to one year in jail with four months suspended.  Apparently the police were not lacking in evidence as the man had pretty much publically documented every step of the crime he was committing.  He was also ordered to pay a $500 fine.

What is the dumbest video you have ever seen on YouTube?  Have you ever see one that walked the line between legal and illegal?  Let us know below.  Read the original story below.

Original article: Man receives jail sentence for growing marijuana on YouTube

Posted by: Eric Granof

Read yesterday’s bail bond blog post: Bail Bonds and Arrows:  Shooting a Joint into the Joint

Learn more about ExpertBail: About ExpertBail

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