Emoji are showing up as evidence in court more frequently with each passing year. And the ambiguity in how emoji are displayed and how we interpret them could become a larger issue for courts to contend with. Prosecutors in one US district were trying to prove that a man arrested during a prostitution sting was guilty of pimping charges, and among the evidence was a series of Instagram DMs (direct messages) he'd allegedly sent to a woman. One read: "Teamwork make the dream work" with high-heels and money-bag emoji placed at the end. Prosecutors said the message implied a working

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