This Comment will first discuss the making of claims under section 3504(a)(1), and will show that the statute should not be read to require that claims be accompanied by evidentiary support. It will then suggest that the statute should be read to encompass claims of attorney-third party conversations. Finally, the scope of the government's response to section 3504(a)(I) claims will be examined.
Margaret V. Sachs,
Claiming Illegal Electronic Surveillance: An Examination of 18 U.S.C. 3504(a)(1)
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