TC 80,1217; CA A20054; SC 28112.

648 P.2d 847 (1982)

293 Or. 389

STATE of Oregon, Respondent On Review, v. Walter UNDERWOOD, Petitioner On Review.

Supreme Court of Oregon, In Banc.

Decided July 27, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Edward L. Daniels, Albany, argued the cause and submitted the brief for petitioner on review.

Richard David Wasserman, Asst. Atty. Gen., argued the cause for respondent on review. With him on the brief were Dave Frohnmayer, Atty. Gen., and William F. Gary, Sol. Gen., Salem.

CAMPBELL, Justice.

The issue in this case is whether an undercover police officer's recording of a telephone conversation between himself and a suspect constitutes an interception which is subject to suppression because it was not obtained under court order. The state contends that the various provisions relating to interception of communications, codified in Chapters 133, 165 and 41, which were passed as parts of the same act, must be read together to determine what...

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