University of Baltimore Law Review


This article examines the Maryland Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Act. After comparing the Maryland act with corresponding federal law dealing with the interception of oral communications, the author concludes that the Maryland act guarantees greater protection from surreptitious eavesdropping and wiretapping than that afforded by its federal counterpart.

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