Is it illegal and if it is could I be prosecuted? If not,, could I use these calls in a law suit to prove how some things really happened?
Lawsuit / Dispute Attorney
It is lawful to intercept a communication if one is a party to the communication or has received the prior consent of a party to the communication.
Check with the Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 13, §176.4(5)
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