My older brother went in jail to turn himself in just for a probation violation so he was giving a attorney. So after my brother was sentence his attorney put his info to social media plus also false charges about him
It seems unusal an attorney would do that, but it does mean it's prohibited. Many aspects of a criminal case are public record, including charges against an individual. What do you mean"false charges?" Was your brother charged? If it is you believe the charges are false that doesn't mean he posted "false charges." It really depends what was specifically disclosed.
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