Texas Sheriff and Deputy Alleged to Have Violated the Federal Wiretap Act and the Texas Wiretap Act

An employee with the Midland County Sheriff’s Office filed a lawsuit last week alleging her phone calls were intercepted and recorded at least 262 times over a three-month period, according to a copy of the suit obtained by the Reporter-Telegram.

The suit filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court names Chief Deputy Rory McKinney, Sheriff Richard Gillette and Midland County as defendants in the case. It alleges the defendants violated the Federal Wiretap Act and the Texas Wiretap Act.

It states the plaintiff in the case, Debbie Nichols, was hired as an administrative assistant with the sheriff’s office in 2012. Nichols suspected her calls were being intercepted because....

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