Are digital tape recordings thrown away in court?

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Asked at 2012-07-08 08:36:02
When a past (now ) ex - employe filed for unemployment. My employer never lied to them about saying that the former employee quit, and lie had a current employee to verify his story. Four other employees know about it. Just to be protected from situations of this kind in the case I am laid off or fired, I would buy a tape recorder , so we may have evidence of myself in the event that a similar situation happen to me .

Should I buy a digital or analog ? My father tells me that digital tape recorders do not hold up as evidence in court and obtain an analog one. Is it correct my father in his thinking ?

Furthermore, when the time comes and my boss or bosses (I have 3 bosses) asked me to enter his office. Do I have to report on the tape of one , two, or all I will be recording the session and asked if they agree with it, or it may be smart and do not tell anyone. Do I have to do more to make this valid in court if I have to go that far?

My employer has other things also illegal , as if a co-worker co - workes 10 hours overtime , they are told to go home 10 hours next week and pay them as if they came home, still missing in 0.5 hours * to be overtime . 3 + co-workers can testify to this
Another example is the owner's wife is listed as an employee on health insurance and receive a weekly paycheck with taxes taken out like the other employees, except that she has never worked here that I know and if and has not always done since I started working two years ago. 3 + co-workers can attest to this.

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