Very good question, but it appears that courts may have so ruled. Might
be time to do a Shepard or Lexis-Nexis search... Anyone...? Anyone...?
Samantha Atkins wrote:
> "Michael M. Butler" wrote:
> > Solution: full disclosure? "Officer, for quality purposes, I am
> > recording this conversation. No, I can't turn it off, it doesn't work
> > like that, sorry; the system is designed to roll non stop whenever my
> > car is not parked in my garage. I wish I could help you. I need to be
> > going now."
> > As far as video recording (not audio) goes, the courts appear to have
> > mostly ruled using the notion of "a reasonable expectation of privacy".
> So how can any interaction with a "public servant" in their official
> capacity be considered private?
> - s
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