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March 2020

Illinois

Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: IL

By | Illinois, Policy

ILLINOIS is considered an All-Party Consent State, in that all people involved in the recorded communication must give permission. As per the Justia website1, The state eavesdropping statute formerly required all parties to consent to the recording of any conversation or communication, or potentially face felony charges and/or civil liability. In 2014 the Illinois Supreme Court declared the law overly…

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Idaho

Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: ID

By | Idaho, Policy

IDAHO is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. An illegal recording is a felony and can result in fines and/or imprisonment and civil damages. With that said, federal and state laws can differ, so it is always best to seek legal counsel* and follow the strictest applicable laws….

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Hawaii

Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: HI

By | Hawaii, Policy

HAWAII is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. An illegal recording can result in actual and punitive damages in civil court. With that said, federal and state laws can differ, so it is always best to seek legal counsel* and follow the strictest applicable laws. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE As…

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Georgia

Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: GA

By | Georgia, Policy

GEORGIA is considered a One-Party Consent State, in that at least one person involved in the recorded communication must consent. An illegal recording is a felony. With that said, federal and state laws can differ, so it is always best to seek legal counsel* and follow the strictest applicable laws. VIDEO SURVEILLANCE As per the Upcounsel website1, Video surveillance laws…

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Delaware

Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: DE

By | Delaware, Policy

DELAWARE is considered an All-Party Consent State, in that all people involved in the recorded communication must give permission. As per the Justia website1, At least one party must consent to recording in-person or phone conversations under Delaware law, though state statutes conflict somewhat. Under the state’s wiretapping law, it is lawful for someone to intercept a communication as long…

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Connecticut

Video And Audio Surveillance Laws: CT

By | Connecticut, Policy

CONNECTICUT is considered both a One-Party and an All-Party Consent State, in that, at least one person or all persons (depending on the presiding law) involved in the recorded communication must give permission. As per the Justia website1, Under Connecticut criminal law, it is a felony to record an oral or telephone communication without the consent of at least one…

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COVID-19: A Message from our CEO

By | Blog

Dear Users, Clients, Supporters, and Followers: As a site that victims around the US count on for legal documentation, VictimsVoice is closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19. Our company is taking all precautions and is prepared to make any necessary actions, acting in conjunction with recommendations from our local and state authorities. Drawing from The Centers for Disease Control and…

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