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I was wrong. Now that we know the facts, this is a very simple case. Because the call was interstate (from NJ to Fla), federal law applies. Since federal law allows recording with one-party consent, the recording is legal, and cannot be excluded by a Florida court because it is "the fruit of the poison tree." It might help to think about it this way: ...


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The court doesn't matter The location of the court that will hear the matter is irrelevant. What matters is the applicable law. Since the matter was transferred to Florida, I assume that Florida law is applicable. Was the recording unlawful? What matters is where the parties were when the recording was made. If you recorded a person in Florida without ...


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