Certain intercepted communications inadmissible
Evidence of the contents of any wire or oral communication intercepted:
(1) In violation of ORS 165.540 (Obtaining contents of communications) shall not be admissible in any court of this state, except as evidence of unlawful interception or when the evidence was created by the use of a video camera worn upon a law enforcement officer’s person and the officer either substantially complied with or attempted in good faith to comply with ORS 165.540 (Obtaining contents of communications) (5)(d)(B).
(2) Under ORS 165.540 (Obtaining contents of communications) (2)(a) shall not be admissible in any court of this state unless:
(a) The communication was intercepted by a public official in charge of and at a jail, police premises, sheriff’s office, Department of Corrections institution or other penal or correctional institution; and
(b) The participant in the communication, against whom the evidence is being offered, had actual notice that the communication was being monitored or recorded. [1955 c.675 §6; 1959 c.681 §5; 1979 c.716 §12; 1983 c.824 §4; 1993 c.178 §1; 2001 c.385 §5; 2015 c.550 §3]
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