So in 2012, I got in a fight with a student at school, yeah I did a bunch of things that was stupid I admit, but that kid always bullied me and harassed me. The incident ended up with me being charged in a juvenile court in 2012 and I was sentenced to probation. I was ordered to have no contact with the student during my probation term which is long over by now.
Today I made a post on Facebook about how the incident "wasn't my fault" and I wrote that he harassed me. He called me and said that I was "attacking him" although I didn't use ANY foul language.
Just curious can that be considered as a crime?
Without reading the post on Facebook, I don't think so. It does not sound like a criminal threat. You do have a First Amendment right, remember.
It's certainly not a crime. It is possible to get sued civilly for defamatory posts on FB but these suits are rare and truth is always a defense.
Even if you were still on probation, I really doubt this would even be remotely considered a violation and definitely not a crime because of the First Amendment. You're not contacting anyone, you're just posting on facebook. Only if you were specifically directing a message personally addressed to him would there be an issue (if you had been on probation).
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