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    Can someone kindly point me to the WA case law regarding the legality of recording a police officer in the performance of his duties? Tried a search and couldn't find it. Thanks.

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    It is the Flora vs State that you are looking for Marty.

    http://forum.nwcdl.org/index.php?action=downloads;cat=4
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    Thank-you.

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    Man, o' man...I just picked up one of these puppies...I think it is excellent and if you want to add a little video to your recordings...roll it, very small, great images, and the microphone will pick up everything if you have it on a lariat around your neck.



    check out: flipvideo.com

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    My phone has a built in audio recorder. Picks up very well. I placed it on the dash last time I got stopped and it picked up everything, even the cop walking up to the car.

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