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Electronic Surveillance in Communications



Criminal investigations often involve real-time electronic surveillance. For instance, government agents may want to monitor a hacker as he breaks into a victim's computer system or set up a "cloned" email account to monitor a suspect sending or receiving child pornography. In cases involving cellular telephones, agents may wish to obtain "cell-site" location information for a suspect's cellular telephone to determine the suspect's approximate location at the time of a call. This course discusses the relevant statutes and case law which governs electronic surveillance in communications.


This New York CLE audio course satisfies Two (2) New York CLE credit hours and is accompanied by substantive written materials.