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CopBlock founder indicted again for wiretapping
The new indictments, again felony charges, this time accuse Mueller of "willfully" intercepting and recording telephone conversations with the principal of Manchester High School West, a secretary at the school and Manchester police Capt. Jonathan Hopkins, without their consent on Oct. 4, 2011.
Under state law, "willful" means the defendant must act with an intentional or reckless disregard for the lawfulness of his conduct. In other words, the defendant has not violated the law if he has a "good faith" belief his conduct was lawful, according to the unanimous decision written by Justice Robert J. Lynn.
This time, Mueller will be represented by a lawyer. Ross Friday said: "I have agreed to represent him at trial."
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