In Commonwealth v. Cruttenden, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a law enforcement officer, in possession of a suspect's cellphone, did not perform an "interception" under Pennsylvania's Wiretap Act when the officer, pretending to be the suspect, exchanged text messages with a co-defendant.
Supreme Court Holds 'Pre-Texting' Is Not an Interception
The Legal Intelligencer
January 15, 2013
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