Illinois judge rules state eavesdropping law unconstitutionalBy Muriel Kane
The Raw Story
Mar. 04, 2012
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The Occupiers who are planning to descend on Chicago in May to protest the G8 and NATO meetings can breathe a sign of relief today. The Illinois law which made it a felony to make audio recordings of police officers without their permission has been found unconstitutional by a state judge, who ruled that it could have the effect of criminalizing “wholly innocent conduct.”