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After sleeping together, Ethan tells Virginia that it’s because of Bill's low sperm count that he and his wife are unable to conceive.Bill brings Betty in to begin his new study, where she reveals to him that she’s gay.The series opens in October 1956 at Washington University in St.Louis, Missouri where Bill Masters (Michael Sheen) is honored for his work in obstetric surgery.Violation of the Virginia law is a felony, punishable by imprisonment and fine. In addition, while recording a telephone conversation with the consent of only one party is legal in Virginia, a lawyer’s recording of a telephone conversation without the consent of all parties was found to be unethical under the Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct (United States v. In addition to subjecting you to criminal prosecution, violating the Virginia wiretapping law can expose you to a civil lawsuit for damages by an injured party. Court Hearings Recording is allowed in Virginia state courtrooms at the sole discretion of the presiding judge. For information on your right of access to court proceedings, please consult the Access to Government Information section of this guide.It is, however, flatly prohibited in certain types of sensitive cases (e.g., those involving juveniles or sexual offenses; however, a juvenile who is tried as an adult is excluded from the prohibition on recording. Public Meetings Virginia open meetings law provides that any person may "photograph, film, record or otherwise reproduce any portion of a meeting required to be open." However, the public body conducting the meeting "may adopt rules governing the placement and use of equipment necessary for broadcasting, photographing, filming or recording a meeting to prevent interference with the proceedings." Virginia Code § 2.2-3707(H).Scully calls them before they leave with his approval.
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But the adopted rules may not "prohibit or otherwise prevent any person from photographing, filming, recording, or otherwise reproducing any portion of a meeting required to be open," and "[n]o public body shall conduct a meeting required to be open in any building or facility where such recording devices are prohibited." Virginia Code § 2.2-3707(H).
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: Virginia.
Note: This page covers information specific to Virginia.
For general information concerning the use of recording devices see the Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and Hearings section of this guide.
That said, if you intend to record conversations involving people located in more than one state, you should abide by the recording law of the most restrictive state involved, or play it safe and get the consent of all parties. Therefore, you may be able to record in-person conversations occurring in a public place, such as a street or restaurant, without consent. Only two television cameras and one still photographer are allowed in a courtroom at any given time.