State v. McQueen, 248 N.J. 26 (2021)


Denise Alvarez argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court on behalf of amicus curiae ACDL-NJ that the reasonable expectation of privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment extends to an arrestee’s call on a police station telephone when neither the arrestee nor the recipient of the call is aware that the conversation is being recorded. The Court agreed and ruled that the recorded telephone conversation was improperly seized, and therefore must be suppressed.

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