An Illegal Recording of a Member of Congress?

Debra Roth, partner at Shaw Bransford & Roth P.C., a federal employment law firm based in Washington D.C., was interviewed on Federal News Radio's Federal Drive show to discuss the legal ramifications of record conversations of Congress members. The interview is available here.

Excerpt: Congresswoman Jane Harman has been making the media rounds after reports surfaced earlier this week about a recorded conversation between her and a suspected Israeli agent.

The wiretaps were apparently from the National Security Agency.

But what are the legal ramifications of this, if any?

Source: Federal News Radio