New York State Wiretapping Law Explained In Context of Trump Lawyer

In New York, a person is guilty of eavesdropping, a felony, when he or she unlawfully engages in wiretapping, "mechanical overhearing" of a conversation or intercepting an electronic communication.

Wiretapping is the use of a device to intentionally, and without consent, record a telephonic communication, by a person other than a participant. "Mechanical overhearing of a conversation" is slightly different: It is the intentional, nonconsensual recording....

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