Updated at 1:55 to correct spelling of judge's name.
A second judge in Illinois has struck down a state law that requires all parties to consent before a conversation can be recorded.
The law in question makes it a felony to record without everyone's permission. Even recording public officials in public places can be illegal.
Cook County Judge Stanley Sacks ruled today that the law was unconstitutional because it could criminalize "wholly innocent conduct."
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