'Grucci': Tape Recordings and Chain of Custody

, New York Law Journal

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Appellate attorney Elliott Scheinberg writes: It is wise, in light of the Court of Appeals' 2012 decision in 'Grucci v. Grucci,' to err on the side of caution and include a chain of custody when authenticating tape recordings irrespective of the availability of a participant to the conversation prepared to identify and attest to its fair and accurate representation.

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