Breach of Privacy Charges in Pennsylvania
Contact our experienced criminal defense attorneys to learn your rights and options concerning any crime for Breach of Privacy or other charge. We analyze the charges against you and provide a realistic view of your situation. Below you will find the actual text of the Pennsylvania statute governing breach of privacy charges in Pennsylvania. This was current as of July 2010.
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18 Pa.C.S.A. § 7507. Breach of privacy by using a psychological-stress evaluator, an audio-stress monitor or a similar device without consent
A person commits a misdemeanor of the second degree if he uses a psychological-stress evaluator, an audio-stress monitor or a similar device which measures voice waves or tonal inflections to judge the truth or falsity of oral statements without the consent of the person whose statement is being tested.