Using surveillance in a family law case
Frequently, parties and litigants will think that if they just get the other party on video or they just get the party on a tape recording that that is going to be the — the magic answer to everything, and that’s going to prove to the court that I’m right and the other party is wrong. Well, sometimes that can be true, but sometimes it can open another can of worms. There are all kinds of laws pertaining to wiretapping and tape-recording, and it’s a really good idea if you are — you’re aware of those laws before you decide to tape-record or videotape somebody else, because unlawful videotaping, unlawful video — tape-recording can get you into a lot of trouble.
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