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04-21-2007, 06:59 AM
Can a judge or lawyer order phone taps or surveillance o person with restraining ordering with (false) accusations of exhtortion?
04-21-2007, 07:00 AM
:confused: Can a judge or lawyer order phone taps or surveillance o person with restraining ordering with (false) accusations of exhtortion?
04-21-2007, 07:06 AM
Can a judge or lawyer order phone taps or surveillance o person with restraining ordering with (false) accusations of exhtortion? I hav an ongoing legal legal thing, of fals accusations, I do not know if this requires a lawyer any help would be appreciated. Also what would warrant a wire tap, to uphold a wire tap in court? Also taped conversations are they allowable?
04-21-2007, 08:04 AM
You may have either a factual question, so I could move this, for you, to the General Questions Forum.
Or, you may have a legal question that would be better answered by going to an attorney or to your local prosecutor. (I do not know what you mean by "garbo," and I am afraid your question is unclear.
We may wind up shutting down this thread and letting you try again, but I will give you one answer and see whether it works for you.
A wiretap can be authorized by a judge in a criminal investigation if a prosecutor can persuade the judge that there it is probable that a crime is being committed (or planned) and that it is likely that a person is using the telephone, either to commit the crime, (for example fraud or harrassing phone calls), or to conspire or plan to commit the crime.
I do not know of any case in which a lawsuit between people who are mad at each other can be used to justify a phone tap. (If person A is suing person B because person B did a shoddy repair job, Person A cannot get a judge to order a wiretap just to find out how person B handles business over the phone and person B cannot get a judge to order a wiretap just to find out if person A is talking about the case with other people.) With no crime, there is no wiretap.
Get back to us clarifying your question.
04-21-2007, 05:56 PM
She just vanted to be alone. Is that illegal?
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