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"We’ve shown that there’s a legitimate purpose for the recording. And there’s no physically offensive or hazardous condition that was created by this recording. I don’t see how a recording of students that are bullying my client could be physically offensive or dangerous to anyone, other than potentially the people that are bullying my client."
Boy was then charged with felony wiretapping due to recording in a place with an expectation of privacy
originally posted by: liejunkie01
This is ignorant.
It would have worked out better for the boy if he beat them with the I pad.
Tired of ignorant laws. Our system us and has been broken for a long time.
originally posted by: BlueSkyes
“No one in our office who was authorized to give advice on wiretap issues or school conduct issues was ever contacted in this matter,” Mike Manko, a spokesman for Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr., said in a statement. “We have made multiple attempts to contact the officer who wrote the citation. Those attempts have been unsuccessful. It is our intention to withdraw the citation on April 29 because we do not believe his conduct rises to the level of a citation.”
I guess if I was the cop I woulda went awol as well...