Calls Made From Jail by Defendant
Generally speaking, “recordings of telephone calls made from jail are admissible when the defendant discusses the crime for which he is incarcerated.” King v. State, 985 N.E. 2d 755 (Ind. App. 2013). “Recordings of telephone calls defendant made while in jail to domestic violence victim during which defendant and victim discussed the details of the crime were not inadmissible hearsay in prosecution for battery and felony strangulation.” Id.