Q&A: Recording conversation without knowledge
I was interrogated in the Scottsdale AZ police precinct on 2-21-12 without seeing or being notified of any audio or video record. Devices where being used, are they legally allowed to record my interrogation without notifying me? And if so can it be used against me or if I take this to trial?
Yes, the police can, and often do, record their interrogations. The evidence can be used by the state at trial. If you’ve been charged with a crime, it’s best to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney to review your case for any constitutional violations by the police, etc.
Verdura Law Group PLLC
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