recording conversation without permission

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  1. mardaw

    mardaw Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Recently I turned in my resignation. When I was giving my boss verbal notice my conversation with my boss was recorded without my permission. When I arrived home there was a message on my voice mail and it was the entire conversation that I had with my boss and a threatening message to me to watch my back. The boss claims that it was not him who recorded this message or left the message on my voice mail. I not only feel violated but, frightened by the verbal treat that was made to me. What should I do?
     
  2. seniorjudge

    seniorjudge Super Moderator

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    Since you don't know who did what, then it looks like you can't do anything.
     
  3. cbg

    cbg Super Moderator

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    BTW, in 38 states it is legal to record you without your knowledge as long as one party to the conversation DOES know and agrees to the recording.
     
  4. csdbmmp

    csdbmmp New Member

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    What states do allow recording conversations with only one party's knowledge?
     
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    do you, or anyone, happen to know what 38 states these are?
     
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