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Ungar v. Dunkin' Donuts of America

U.S.
Oct 4, 1976
429 U.S. 823 (1976)

Summary

holding that there was no interception when the police listened to a tape of a telephone conversation previously recorded by one of the parties to the conversation

Summary of this case from Fraser v. Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co.

Opinion

No. 75-1636.

October 4, 1976.


ORDERS

C.A. 3d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 531 F. 2d 1211.


Summaries of

Ungar v. Dunkin' Donuts of America

U.S.
Oct 4, 1976
429 U.S. 823 (1976)

holding that there was no interception when the police listened to a tape of a telephone conversation previously recorded by one of the parties to the conversation

Summary of this case from Fraser v. Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co.

affirming district court's granting of summary judgment

Summary of this case from Fidenas AG v. Honeywell Inc.

replaying a previously recorded conversation was not an "intercept"

Summary of this case from In re Matter of Thundervision, LLC

replaying a previously recorded conversation was not an "intercept"

Summary of this case from In Matter of Thundervision, LLC
Case details for

Ungar v. Dunkin' Donuts of America

Case Details

Full title:UNGAR et al. v. DUNKIN' DONUTS OF AMERICA, Inc., et al

Court:U.S.

Date published: Oct 4, 1976

Citations

429 U.S. 823 (1976)

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