Conn. Prosecutor Seeks Reinstatement As Lawyer

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Connecticut does have a law against voyeurism, but it's only a crime if the person being secretly recorded isn't in "plain view." Voyeurism is a felony that carries one to five years in prison upon conviction.

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