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Imagine a juror not only hearing the recording of a wiretapped phone but watching a recording of a video call for the same meeting. Does the government have the capability to intercept Zoom calls? How would video conferencing companies react to a subpoena or search warrant?
The instant Indictment and a companion Indictment accuse 25 people, mostly young, overwhelmingly people of color, and many of them heroin addicts, of a conspiracy conducted essentially by communication through cell phones.
THE GOVERNMENT HAD MY WIRES TAPPED: Litigating Title III Wiretaps
NACDL Spring Meeting & Seminar Search, Seizure & Criminal Litigation, April 18-21, 2018, New York City.
Motion to suppress memorandum on lack of necessity regarding wiretap evidence.
Brief of Amici Curiae Electronic Frontier Foundation and National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in Support of Petitioners.