Peter P. Roper


Recordings have been offered in evidence in a wide variety of cases, including an attempted bribery of a draft board official, treasonous radio broadcasts, conspiracy to obstruct justice in a federal narcotics case, illegal short-wave radio transmissions aiding the illegal entry of Mexican nationals, disturbance to a motel by barking dogs in an adjoining pet hospital, and noises made by trains, planes, and a cement factory. Use by attorneys is virtually limitless, including the recording of discussions with clients, of library research, of depositions, and of wills.

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