Can the police telephone record as a third party without the consent of all parties involved knowing they are being recorded? Are there eeffective, because I do know that Florida is a two party state but does that count the third party recording to know to be effective?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Normally it requires consent but the statute specifically has an exception for police to record.
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