Constitutional Court: Wiretapping by agencies other than criminal prosecution bodies unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR) argues that except for Art. 142 Para. (1) of the Criminal Procedure Code, no other regulation in national law expressly sets forth the competence of a state agency other than the criminal prosecution bodies to perform interceptions or enforce a technical surveillance warrant. “Starting…...

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