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Section 2933.521 | Divulging content of electronic communications service.

...(A) Except as provided in division (B) of this section, no person or entity that provides electronic communication service to the public shall purposely divulge the content of a communication, while it is in transmission on that service, to a person or entity other than an addressee or intended recipient of the communication or an agent of an addressee or intended recipient of the communication. (B)(1) Division (A) ...

Section 2933.522 | Interception warrants.

...A judge of a court of common pleas, in accordance with sections 2933.51 to 2933.66 of the Revised Code, may accept applications for interception warrants, may issue interception warrants, may accept applications for extensions of interception warrants, may order extensions of interception warrants, may accept applications for grants of oral orders for interceptions, may grant oral orders for interceptions, and may is...

Section 2933.53 | Application for interception warrant.

...(A) The prosecuting attorney of the county in which an interception is to take place or in which an interception device is to be installed, or an assistant to the prosecuting attorney of that county who is specifically designated by the prosecuting attorney to exercise authority under this section, may authorize an application for an interception warrant to a judge of the court of common pleas of the county in which ...

Section 2933.54 | Findings for issuing interception warrant.

...(A) A judge of a court of common pleas to whom an application for an interception warrant is made under section 2933.53 of the Revised Code may issue an interception warrant if the judge determines, on the basis of the facts submitted by the person who made the application and all affiants, that all of the following exist: (1) The application and affidavits comply with section 2933.53 of the Revised Code. (2...

Section 2933.55 | Application for extension of interception warrant.

...(A) At any time prior to the expiration of an interception warrant, the person who made the application for the warrant may apply for an extension of the warrant. The person shall file the application for extension with a judge of the court of common pleas of the county in which the interception under the warrant was to take place. An application for extension shall comply with section 2933.53 of the Revised Code. (...

Section 2933.56 | Contents - sealing application - disclosure - retention.

...(A) Any interception warrant or extension of an interception warrant that is issued pursuant to sections 2933.53 to 2933.55 of the Revised Code shall contain all of the following: (1) The name and court of the judge who issued the warrant and the jurisdiction of that court; (2) If known, the identity of each person whose communications are to be intercepted or, if the identity is unascertainable, a detailed descrip...

Section 2933.57 | Oral order for interception without warrant of wire, oral, or electronic communication.

...(A) A judge of the court of common pleas may grant an oral order for an interception without a warrant of a wire, oral, or electronic communication. Upon receipt of an application under this division, the judge of the court of common pleas to whom the application is made may grant an oral order for an interception without a warrant, may include in the order a statement of the type described in division (A)(13) of sec...

Section 2933.58 | Prosecutor's instructions to investigative officers.

...(A) Upon the issuance of an interception warrant pursuant to section 2933.54 of the Revised Code and prior to the execution of the warrant or upon a grant of an oral order for an interception under section 2933.57 of the Revised Code, the prosecuting attorney or assistant prosecuting attorney who authorized the application for the warrant or the oral approval shall instruct the investigative officers who are authoriz...

Section 2933.581 | Information, facilities or technical assistance to officer intercepting communications.

...(A) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a provider of wire or electronic communication service, an officer, employee, or agent of a provider of that type, and a landlord, custodian, or other person is authorized to provide information, facilities, or technical assistance to a person who is authorized by the law of this state or the United States to intercept wire, oral, or electronic communications if both of...

Section 2933.59 | Executing interception warrant or oral order.

...(A) An investigative officer who is, or a member of the law enforcement agency that is, authorized by an interception warrant or a grant of an oral order for an interception pursuant to section 2933.57 of the Revised Code to intercept wire, oral, or electronic communications or an individual who is operating under a contract with that agency and is acting under the supervision of that officer or a member of that agen...

Section 2933.591 | Giving warning of possible surveillance.

...(A) No person who knows that an application for an interception warrant has been authorized or made under section 2933.53 of the Revised Code, that an interception warrant has been issued under section 2933.54 of the Revised Code, that an application for an extension of an interception warrant has been filed under section 2933.53 of the Revised Code, that an extension of an interception warrant has been ordered under...

Section 2933.60 | Reports of interception warrants by judges and prosecutors,.

...(A) Within thirty days after the expiration of an interception warrant, the expiration of an extension of an interception warrant, or the denial of an application for an interception warrant, the judge of a court of common pleas who issued the warrant or extension or denied the application shall report all of the following to the administrative office of the United States courts and to the attorney general of this st...

Section 2933.61 | Serving inventory of interception warrant.

...(A) Within a reasonable time not later than ninety days after the filing of an application for an interception warrant that is denied or after the termination of the period of an interception warrant or any extensions of an interception warrant, the judge of a court of common pleas who issued the warrant or extension or denied the application shall cause to be served on the persons named in the application or the int...

Section 2933.62 | Receiving evidence from intercepted wire, oral, or electronic communication.

...(A) No part of the contents, and no evidence derived from the contents, of any intercepted wire, oral, or electronic communication shall be received in evidence in any trial, hearing, or other proceedings in or before any court, grand jury, department, officer, agency, regulatory body, legislative committee, or other authority of this state or of a political subdivision of this state, if the disclosure of that infor...

Section 2933.63 | Motion to suppress evidence from intercepted wire, oral, or electronic communication.

...(A) Any aggrieved person in any trial, hearing, or proceeding in or before any court, department, officer, agency, regulatory body, or other authority of this state or of a political subdivision of this state, other than a grand jury, may request the involved court, department, officer, agency, body, or authority, by motion, to suppress the contents, or evidence derived from the contents, of a wire, oral, or electron...

Section 2933.64 | Training in legal and technical aspects of wiretapping and electronic surveillance.

...The attorney general and the Ohio peace officer training commission, pursuant to Chapter 109. of the Revised Code, shall establish a course of training in the legal and technical aspects of wiretapping and electronic surveillance, shall establish regulations that they find necessary and proper for the training program, and shall establish minimum standards for certification and periodic recertification for investigat...

Section 2933.65 | Civil and criminal actions for wiretapping and electronic surveillance violations.

...(A) A person whose wire, oral, or electronic communications are intercepted, disclosed, or intentionally used in violation of sections 2933.51 to 2933.66 of the Revised Code may bring a civil action to recover from the person or entity that engaged in the violation any relief that may be appropriate and that includes, but is not limited to, the following: (1) The preliminary and other equitable or declaratory relief...

Section 2933.66 | Conform proceedings or issuance of order to federal and state constitutions.

...Notwithstanding any provision of sections 2933.51 to 2933.65 of the Revised Code, a judge of a court of common pleas to whom an application for an interception warrant, an extension of an interception warrant, an oral order for an interception, or another purpose is made pursuant to sections 2933.51 to 2933.65 of the Revised Code may take evidence, make a finding, or issue an order to conform the proceedings or the i...

Section 2933.75 | Medicaid fraud lien notice.

...vide medicaid fraud lien information, a misdemeanor of the first degree. (K) If a trustee transfers title to personal or real property after a medicaid fraud lien notice is filed against the property, the lien is filed in the county in which the property is located, and the lien names a person who holds a beneficial interest in the property, the trustee, if the trustee has actual notice of the notice, shall be ...

Section 2933.76 | Application for pen register or trap and trace device to obtain information in connection with criminal investigation.

...(A) As used in this section and section 2933.77 of the Revised Code, "electronic communication," "electronic communication service," "investigative officer," "judge of a court of common pleas," "pen register," "trap and trace device," and "wire communication" have the same meanings as in section 2933.51 of the Revised Code. (B) A judge of a court of common pleas, in accordance with this section, may issue an order a...

Section 2933.77 | Information, facilities or technical assistance to officer as to installation and use of a pen register or a trap and trace device.

...(A) If an order issued under section 2933.76 of the Revised Code authorizing the installation and use of a pen register or a trap and trace device directs a provider of wire or electronic communication service, landlord, custodian, or other person to furnish information, facilities, and technical assistance to accomplish the installation and operation of the pen register or trap and trace device, that provider, landl...

Section 2933.81 | Electronic recording during custodial interrogation.

...(A) As used in this section: (1) "Custodial interrogation" means any interrogation involving a law enforcement officer's questioning that is reasonably likely to elicit incriminating responses and in which a reasonable person in the subject's position would consider self to be in custody, beginning when a person should have been advised of the person's right to counsel and right to remain silent and of the fact th...

Section 2933.82 | Retention of biological evidence.

...(A) As used in this section: (1)(a) "Biological evidence" means any of the following: (i) The contents of a sexual assault examination kit; (ii) Any item that contains blood, semen, hair, saliva, skin tissue, fingernail scrapings, bone, bodily fluids, or any other identifiable biological material that was collected as part of a criminal investigation or delinquent child investigation and that reasonably may ...

Section 2933.821 | Annual summary report on sexual assault examination kits.

...(A) As used in this section, "governmental evidence-retention entity" has the same meaning as in section 2933.82 of the Revised Code. (B) Within one hundred eighty days after the effective date of this section, and annually thereafter, all governmental evidence-retention entities that receive, maintain, store, or preserve sexual assault evidence kits shall submit a report containing all of the following informatio...

Section 2933.83 | Administration of photo or live lineups.

...(A) As used in this section: (1) "Administrator" means the person conducting a photo lineup or live lineup. (2) "Blind administrator" means the administrator does not know the identity of the suspect. "Blind administrator" includes an administrator who conducts a photo lineup through the use of a folder system or a substantially similar system. (3) "Blinded administrator" means the administrator may know wh...