Outta The Court, April 23, 2019 - Wiretapping In Sports
Court is in Session!
Criminal lawyers Adam Goodman and Scott Cowan are joined by Barry Davis to discuss wiretapping in sports.
Donald Sterling, former owner of the LA Clippers, was embroiled in a case of wiretapping during an affair he was having with a woman.
Is it okay to have a conversation recorded and used against a party in a legal setting?
A current case in the realm of Canadian Politics is brought up as an example of a case where a lawyer recorded a phone conversation. Is that allowed?
The subject of video recording arises and the guys discuss the Rob Ford case and his smoking crack during his time as mayor of Toronto.
Privacy and the concerns therein is the subject that arises. What is considered a public conversation and what isn’t.
All that and more…
Its Outta The Court.
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