Judge rules eavesdropping law unconstitutional

A Cook County judge became the second state judge in Illinois to rule that the state’s tough eavesdropping law is unconstitutional.  The judge said the law, which makes it a felony to record audio without the consent of all parties, criminalizes potentially innocent conduct.

The Gateway Journalism Review followed this story for over a year. Here are some of the previous stories posted on the issue:


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