FBI agents are not entitled to a presumption that wiretapped calls involving personal, non-criminal matters lasting less than two minutes are non-invasive, a federal appeals court has held.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit declined to adopt a rule that agents get a “two-minute presumption” on the reasonableness of wiretapping calls that are personal in nature.

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