“A change in the Pennsylvania wiretap laws could come this year and Philadelphia’s district attorney is cheering it on.
“Currently to record a person and have that recording admitted in court you need both parties permission. DA Seth Williams says that can make victims into criminals. . . .
“The DA says the change would also allow recording police stops, which is not allowed now. [emphasis added]
“Pennsylvania’s ACLU opposes the changes. ”
via Changes to Pa. wiretap law could allow more recording without permission — NewsWorks.