Pen. Code 637.2 provides criminal and civil remedies against a person who “without consent of all parties to the communication, intercepts or receives and intentionally records” a phone call in which one phone is a cell phone or a cordless phone.  This decision holds that the section applies to parties to the telephone call as well as to non-participants who eavesdrop on the call.  The without consent clause modifies “record” rather than intercept or receive.  A party to a call does not automatically have the other party’s consent to record the call even when the call is not intercepted.