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North Carolina's wiretapping law is a "one-party consent" law. Only two video cameras and one still photographer are allowed in the court room at a given time, and coverage of certain types of sensitive cases (e.g., trade secrets cases, divorce cases) is prohibited.
North Carolina makes it a crime to intercept or record any "wire, oral, or electronic communication" unless one party to the conversation consents. Federal courts in North Carolina, at both the trial and appellate level, prohibit recording devices and cameras in the courtroom. For information on your right of access to public meetings, please consult the Access to Government Information section of the guide and the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press's Open Government Guide: North Carolina.
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This booklet provides information on what is meant by the age of consent to sexual activity and an overview of some of Canada’s laws on sexual assault, and other offences involving sexual exploitation. This is the age that criminal law recognizes the legal capacity of a young person to consent to sexual activity.
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Paul Handley, 56, formerly of Seaside Road, Aldbrough but now of Littlethorpe Close, Strensall, near York, arranged to meet the ‘girl’ after being tricked by a local newspaper reporter posing as a teenager on a social-networking site.
The ‘girl’ claimed to be 18 years’ old in a bogus profile, but during online chats told the married father-of-two she was in fact 14, prosecutor Christine Egerton told York Crown Court.
Public Meetings North Carolina law gives you the right to make sound and video recordings of public meetings (i.e., meetings of a governmental body required to be open to the public by law).
The governmental body may "regulate the placement and use of equipment necessary for broadcasting, photographing, filming, or recording a meeting, so as to prevent undue interference with the meeting," but the body must allow equipment to be placed within the meeting room so as to permit its intended use, and "the ordinary use of such equipment shall not be declared to constitute undue interference." N.