Husband and wife are having trouble. Husband moves to his mother's, but sneaks a tape recorder in the wife's house so he can listen to her phone conversations. He is now taking this tape and letting people listen to it, such as the pastor of their church. What can she do?
I'm not licensed to practice law in Indiana and can't tell you specifically, but the link below is one source of information that should help you find an answer.
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Some states require only one party consent before recording a phone call. Others require two. You have to know what state all callers are calling from because each will apply its own laws. Do you really want to go there?
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