Apr 062016
 April 6, 2016  Posted by  Court, Surveillance, U.S., Youth & Schools

Law360 reports:

 New York’s highest court on Tuesday ruled that a parent who believes their minor child is in danger can legally record an overheard conversation by giving consent on behalf of their child, countering a state wiretapping law that requires the consent of at least one person on the call.

Read more on Law360 if you have a subscription, or maybe I’ll be able to find more coverage on this ruling to post.

OK, here’s the opinion in The People v. Anthony Badalamenti.


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