United States v. Hammond

The Cyber Blog IndiaCase Summary

Appeal against the conviction based on calls made from prison under an established call monitoring policy

United States v. Hammond 286 F.3d 189 In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Case Number 01-4484 Before Senior Circuit Judge Hall, Circuit Judge Widener, and Circuit Judge Gregory Decided on April 12, 2002 Relevancy of … Read More

Williams v. Poulos

Linet Christina ThomasCase Summary

Liability of a party's attorney for handling intercepted and recorded phone calls

Williams v. Poulos 11 F.3d 271 In the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit Case Numbers 93-1366, 93-1368, 93-1680 Before Circuit Judge Selya, Circuit Judge Stahl, and District Judge Fuste Decided on December 14, 1993 Relevancy of … Read More

Doe v. Smith

Raj PagariyaCase Summary

Whether recording a sexual encounter between two partners with one-party consent can be considered "interception" under Section 2510(4)?

Jane Doe v. Jason Smith 429 F.3d 706 In the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Case Number 05-1903 Before Circuit Judge Easterbrook, Circuit Judge Evans, and Circuit Judge Williams Decided on November 21, 2005 Relevancy of … Read More