YllwFvr wrote:That's a state by state issue.I saw it here somewhere stating that a scotus ruling said basically as police are public servants the conversation is public and can be recorded with or without permission. I did a search here and google and found nothing (or too much of everything else).
Does anyone have this ruling handy? I got a friend who was recording a traffic stop and the police told him to turn it off and got a little irritated with him. I thought it would be good for him to know the information so he can inform them next time it happens or if it happens.
Plus it would be good to have for my own use as I intend to record my next traffic stop.
Ohio is a one party consent state. You can record any conversation to which you are a party.