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A Bill That Could Broaden When Wiretapping Can Be Used As Evidence In California Courts

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KPCC-FM’s “AirTalk” interviewed Jody Armour of the USC Gould School on a bill that could broaden the use of wiretapping in California courts.

“The concern that people on the civil liberties side and those who have a keen interest in privacy rights would have is that they would ask are we taking a sledgehammer rather than a scalpel to a particular problem? This is a problem of office misconduct that was acquired then through some Constitutional impediments a prosecution couldn’t be brought against him criminally, should that evidence count against him in disciplinary procedures or for employment purposes.That is a pretty narrow issue.”

Listen to the full interview at KPCC

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