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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyroh View Post
    yeah, government would never do this...
    There's a chain of custody with the dash cams. The officers can't access the video, themselves. From what I understand, whenever a tech tinkers with them, it's documented. I may have been given false info, though.
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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    In Texas only one person recorded needs to know they are being recorded.
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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    This doesn't surprise me about Illinois. I need a 100 dollar permit to sell something interstate from my business from my state of Indiana whereas in most states there is no charge or permit required. I refuse to pay the rip off fee annually so i refuse to sell to anyone in that state.

    No worries. Both of these individuals can mortgage their property to pay a money grubbing lawyer his extravagent fees and get a lighter sentence. That my friends after all is the American way. One of the reasons I respect very few in that profession. Those with the where-with-all to pay a good expensive lawyer get off with lighter sentences. Our forefathers are probably rolling over in their graves.

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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    This doesn't surprise me about Illinois. I need a 100 dollar permit to sell something interstate from my business from my state of Indiana whereas in most states there is no charge or permit required. I refuse to pay the rip off fee annually so i refuse to sell to anyone in that state.
    Isn't this unconstitutional?
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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Isn't this unconstitutional?
    we don't pay attention to that amendment anymore, just 13, 14, and 16.
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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    I'm all for this, too. Recording 911 calls and dash cams are for our protection.
    I don't see how such laws can be constitutional, given the recording is happening in public places.
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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Quote Originally Posted by Zyroh View Post
    we don't pay attention to that amendment anymore, just 13, 14, and 16.
    Oh, that's right... I forgot.... unless, of course, said amendment can be used to further some liberal, leftist, socialist agenda item
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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Isn't this unconstitutional?
    Apparently not. If it was it takes lots of money to take it to court and even then if it goes all the way to the supreme court the supreme doesn't have to look at it.

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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Iíve always said that malfeasance by government officials is treason that deserves the harshest forms of punishment conceivable. Laws that prevent people from recording government officials are actively interfering with justice and government accountability. At the very least, the mother****ers who passed these laws need to be removed from office.

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    Re: Eavesdropping Laws Mean That Turning On an Audio Recorder Could Send You to Priso

    Recordings of encounters with law enforcement ought to be encouraged, not criminalized.
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