This is a very disturbing situation. The father of an autistic boy is informed that his son is acting out in school, including hitting. He goes to the school to find out why his son is behaving. School officials and teacher deny any wrongdoing on their part, so father wires his son to record what goes on in his son's classroom during a typical day. He discovers that his son was being abused.
Here's the video the father made following his discovery.
I'm behind the father 100% and fully understand his ire. However, New Jersey has a one-party consent statute covering individuals recording conversations, which means at least one party to a conversation has to consent to having their conversation(s) recorded. I wonder if he can legally claim that his son consented?