Can my ex husband use an audio call to proof the conversation in court without my consent? Can the judge ask to hear it?
2 attorney answers
I agree with Mr. Hayes...if he was a party to the conversation he can record it.
However, saying a "bad" word is unlikely to be enough to make the judge concerned. Also, the rules of evidence will dictate if the recording gets in or not.
Ultimately, stop letting them provoke you. This is basically a way they are controlling you...why let someone control what you do.
In North Carolina either party may record a conversation as long as they are one of the parties in the conversation. And yes it can likley be used as evidence in a case.
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