State v. Terry, 207 N.C. App. 311 (Oct. 5, 2010)

The marital privilege did not apply when the parties did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy of their conversation, which occurred after they were arrested and in an interview room at the sheriff’s department. Warning signs indicated that the premises were under audio and visual surveillance and there were cameras and recording devices throughout the department.

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