You cannot record her - it is not admissible and you could subject yourself to criminal consequences. See if your attorney can find any case law to the contrary, follow your attorney's advice; however, until such time as she finds case law, do not share that recording.
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you cannot audio record someone without his or her consent. period. counsel is correct. not only is it inadmissible, but you could be subject to wiretapping charges.
I agree with my colleagues. It's inadmissible and you've exposed yourself to possible criminal charges. Let your attorney do her job and advise you about the recording.
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