I was fired from my job and filed for unenployment it was determined that I would receive unemployment payments I received letter stating that my employer is contesting that I quit instead.
No, it is illegal to record someone without there permission. Good Luck,
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What is your question have to do with the narrative of your post? Recording of what? Where is the recording made? How do you intend to use the recording where was the other person when you made the recording,on the phone, in the presence, were you in a public place, was there an expectation of privacy, these are the kinds of questions need to be addressed in order for the tourney to understand what if any legal options you may have. Whether not they could ever be used in a court or hearing is an entirely different line of questioning.
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