2023 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 54 - Criminal Procedure
Chapter 959a - Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance

*See chapter 952, part XVII re tampering with private communications, eavesdropping and voyeurism.

Cited. 171 C. 524. Federal, Connecticut and New York wiretap statutes discussed. 176 C. 17. Cited. 189 C. 42; 191 C. 360; 194 C. 447; 212 C. 195. Monitoring and tape recording of cordless telephone conversations without a judicial wiretap order was unlawful interception under wiretap act. 224 C. 593. Cited. 238 C. 253; Id., 692.

Cited. 3 CA 477; 5 CA 634; 14 CA 605; 16 CA 245; 44 CA 247.

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