Oregon’s wiretapping statute violates the First Amendment and is unenforceable.  It is a content-based regulation of speech since it excepts from its scope police recordings of conversations in which the policeman is a party and is performing official duties.  The law doesn’t meet strict scrutiny because it is too broad, banning audio or visual recording on any conversation without consent–thus, sweeping in conversations in which the participants have no reasonable expectation of privacy, such as those conducted in public areas.