Category Archives: Recording Conversations

State v. Smith

Cite 72 Wis. 2d 711, 242 N.W.2d 184 (1976) Summary If an oral communication is lawfully intercepted because of the consent of a party to the conversation, but is otherwise inadmissible into evidence in a criminal prosecution due to a failure to comply with statutory requirements, such deficiency does not require the additional suppression of…

Year: 1976 | State: WI

Global Policy Partners v. Yessin

Accessing wife’s email was not an unlawful interception of communications under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

Year: 2009 | State: VA

Thompson v. Dulaney

Mother could record conversation between children and their father where children were residing with her and recordings took place in her house.

Year: 1993 | State: UT

Marsh v. Curran, et al

No absolute immunity shielding the attorneys use of the recordings in the litigation.

Year: 2019 | State: US

Glazner v. Glazner

No husband-wife exception to the federal wiretap laws.

Year: 2003 | State: US

Scheib v. Grant

Non-custodial father could record conversation between his minor son and the mother from an extension phone. Status of parent as non-custodial is not determinative.

Year: 1994 | State: US

Wright v. Stanley

No violation of federal or state law by mother for recording conversations in the marital home between the father and the children.

Year: 1997 | State: MS

Williams v. Williams

Father cannot consent to taping phone conversation on behalf of minor child, even though he has sole legal custody.

Year: 1999 | State: MI

In Re Marriage of Karonis

A GAL may listen to secretly recorded conversations between the father and the children, although any evidence would be inadmissible.

Year: 1998 | State: IL

California v. Otto

Congress did not intent to included personal family matters within scope of wiretap laws.

Year: 1991 | State: CA