Sep 192012
 
 September 19, 2012  Laws, Misc, Surveillance, U.S.

Bruce Carton writes:

Politicos want to know whether the “secret video” of Mitt Romney speaking at a private fundraising event will hurt his chances in the upcoming presidential election, but some lawyers are pondering a different question: Did the person who made the tape violate state law?

CNBC reports that in Florida, both parties to a conversation must give their consent before it can be recorded legally.

Read more on Law.com. Some of the quotes obtained from legal experts in the related Politico piece are certainly intriguing.

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