Securus, Private Prisons Co. Facing Another Recording Suit

By Bryan Koenig (January 19, 2017, 12:13 PM EST) -- Prison phone service provider Securus Technologies Inc. and the successor to the Corrections Corporation of America Inc. were hit with another suit Wednesday alleging illegally recorded communications between attorneys and their clients, with a proposed class action filed by a pair of litigators in Kansas federal court.

The two defense attorneys are seeking to represent all lawyers who allegedly had their communications with Leavenworth, Kansas private prison inmates illegally "intercepted, disclosed or used" from the end of August 2013 to the present by Securus and the private prisons company now calling itself CoreCivic. Those attorneys had every expectation their client communications...

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