Apr 202011
 April 20, 2011  Posted by  Court, Surveillance

Larry Neumeister reports:

A judge said Wednesday that he’s deeply troubled by an “apparently voyeuristic intrusion” by investigators who eavesdropped on phone calls between an insider trading defendant and his wife in a prosecution in which the government touted its first-ever extensive use of wiretaps in a white collar case.

Read more in the Galveston Daily.

He may be troubled by it, but there really doesn’t seem to be an adverse consequences to the prosecution.

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