Dec 082015
 December 8, 2015  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Law enforcement will find it easier to get warrants for certain investigations if this bill also passes the Senate and is approved by the Governor:

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gary Schaer, Gordon Johnson, Benjie Wimberly, Tim Eustace and Vincent Mazzeo to revise the law on wiretapping in New Jersey was approved last week by the General Assembly.

The bill (A-1046) would expand state statutes to authorize wiretap orders for the investigation of the following offenses or a conspiracy to commit them: luring or enticing a child, identity theft, stalking and cyberharassment.

Read more on The Bergen Dispatch.

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