Answered . Texts may be allowed in court under the rules of evidence. They may not be used if they are hearsay and do not fall under any of the hearsay exceptions. They are also not allowed in if their probative value does not exceed their prejudicial value. If they are allowed in then your attorney has the opportunity to bring up the truthfulness. If you are able to demonstrate that these texts were fabricated, then the party that presented them could be guilty of perjury of fabrication of evidence, which carries a steep penalty.
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