Bob Woodward's book RAGE is creating quite a stir with its compelling interviews and recordings documenting conversations with President Trump. It's common for journalists to record conversations and interviewees to consent for the documentation of the book as is the case for this book.
However, the spotlight on these compelling recordings, brings up an interesting legal topic around recordings. If you've ever wanted to record a conversation, you should know what the law says because there are a lot of variables including what state you live in and how the interaction is being recorded. Here's my legal take on Tamburino Talks Law: