Legal Question in Family Law in Maryland

Would a nanny-cam video of a cheating spouse in the act (with time/date stamp) be sufficient evidence in a MD court to prove the ground of adultery? Could it even be used?

Asked on 4/08/11, 12:08 am

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Thomas Brown Law Office of Thomas K. Brown, LLC
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I think you could get it in. I think you'd have to lay the groundwork that the nanny-cam was installed and working properly, which maybe you could do with your own testimony. And although you were apparently not there to authenticate that what the video depicts is a true and accurate recording of what actually happened, your spouse would sure look foolish denying it.

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Answered on 4/08/11, 6:22 am

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