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Spotlight Issue: Wiretap Violation - When am I allowed to record conversations?

The laws on recording people and conversations are contained in Pennsylvania Crimes Code Chapter 57 - Wiretap and Electronic Surveillance. PA wiretap law prohibits the intentional interception, disclosure or use of any wire, electronic or oral communication. A wiretap violation is graded as a felony of the third degree and is punishable by a maximum permissible sentence of 7 years of incarceration and a $15,000 fine.

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