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Old February 2, 2012, 06:32 AM   #1937
Aguila Blanca
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Originally Posted by alan
Identified voice recordings of conversations (threats) would likely be absolutely fascinating in court, if those recordings were ever played within the hearing of a trial jury. Personally speaking I can imagine the objections voiced by DOJ attorneys, including something about the unauthorized, therefore illegal recording of said conversation.
Federal law and the laws of 38 out of the 50 states only require the consent of one party to tape record a conversation. I'm fairly certain that Arizona isn't one of the twelve two-party consent states. Even if it were, the Feds have argued that Federal law applies to anything involving interstate commerce, thus I would argue that Lone Wolf was dealing with a Federal agent, pursuant to a Federal firearms license, involving firearms that were in interstate commerce, and thus Federal law should apply.

If he has the recordings, I don't think there's a problem getting them admitted.
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