Husband's Emails Admissable in Divorce

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In a case that seems to be splitting hairs, a judge ruled that emails culled by a wife from her husband’s on-line account did not constitute eavesdropping and were, therefore, admissible at trial.

Had the emails been intercepted while “in transit” to the husband, the wife would have guilty of eavesdropping under Penal Law Sec. 250.00. The law prevents individuals from intercepting a communication, like an email, going from one person to another.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Family Law Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates

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