Admissibility of Government Wiretaps After People V. Coleman: Coleman Created a

Admissibility of Government Wiretaps After People V. Coleman: Coleman Created a "Joint Investigation" Exception to the Illinois Eavesdropping Statute, Allowing Admission of Conversations at the Behest of Prosecutors - I.E., Without Consent of both Parties - if Recorded During a Joint State and Federal Investigation. This Article Criticizes the Case and Considers Its Practical Implications

By David J. Robinson

  • Publication Date: 2010-01-01
  • Genre: Law

Book Summary

Intuitively, defense attorneys know that evidence garnered by means of a government wiretap raises issues of admissibility in a criminal case. After all, most Illinois citizens assume phone conversations are a private matter. The Illinois General Assembly codified that assumption in the wake of contrary federal legislation that made evidence obtained by wiretap admissible provided one party to the conversation consents. (1) Indeed, the legislature sought to provide Illinois citizens greater protection by requiring the consent of both parties to a wiretapped conversation before it could be used against them in state court.

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