Call Recording Laws by State


Please see below for a complete list of recording laws by state.

State Law
Alabama One-Party
Alaska One-Party
Arizona One-Party
Arkansas One-Party
California Two-Party
Colorado One-Party
Connecticut Two-Party
Delaware One-Party
District of Columbia One-Party
Florida Two-Party
Georgia One-Party
Hawaii One-Party
Idaho One-Party
Illinois Two-Party
Indiana One-Party
Iowa One-Party
Kansas One-Party
Kentucky One-Party
Louisiana One-Party
Maine One-Party
Maryland Two-Party
Massachusetts Two-Party
Michigan One-Party
Minnesota One-Party
Mississippi One-Party
Missouri One-Party
Montana Two-Party
Nebraska One-Party
Nevada One-Party
New Hampshire Two-Party
New Jersey One-Party
New Mexico One-Party
New York One-Party
North Carolina One-Party
North Dakota One-Party
Ohio One-Party
Oklahoma One-Party
Oregon One-Party
Pennsylvania Two-Party
Rhode Island One-Party
South Carolina One-Party
South Dakota One-Party
Tennessee One-Party
Texas One-Party
Utah One-Party
Vermont One-Party
Virginia One-Party
Washington Two-Party
West Virginia One-Party
Wisconsin One-Party
Wyoming One-Party


One-Party Consent: Only one party involved in the recorded communication must be notified / aware that the call is being recorded.

Two-Party Consent: All parties involved in the recorded communication must be notified that the call is being recorded.


Disclosure: While we try our best to be awesome and ahead of the game everyday, this list can change at any point in time and is merely here for reference. All information provided in the table above was taken from the Reporters Committee website - for more detailed reports to ensure that you're abiding by the most recent State Laws, please visit their website here.

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