City and Borough of Juneau v. Quinto

In City and Borough of Juneau v. Quinto, 684 P.2d 127 (Alaska 1984) the Alaska Supreme Court found that a suspect had no reasonable expectation that his conversation would not be recorded, when he knew or reasonably should have known that he was speaking with a police officer. The Court specifically rejected the contention that a person would have a reasonable expectation of privacy under Article 1 22 of the Alaska Constitution that a conversation with a person he knew was a police officer would not be recorded.