RM72: Pennsylvania High Court To Review SORNA, Again

On The Registry Matters Podcast this week we cover a study that finds adolescents are having sex before age 13; 2020 candidates propose allowing incarcerated people to vote; Candidate in Australia says spending $8M bucks on a registry, but there are “gotchas”; FOSTA-SESTA laws have paved the way for extreme alternatives; A  deep dive opinion […]

Read More

RM71: Illinois Rules On Sex Offenders Unconstitutional

In this first episode of April, we received a large amount of questions and voicemail; we cover a news item that shows strong support for people using or purchasing products that hire formerly incarcerated people; A man in Missouri soon to be executed requested a different method of execution, and SCOTUS denied it – the […]

Read More

RM70: 9th Circuit May v Ryan

On this, our 70th episode, of Registry Matters we have a long time listener and supporter from Florida that is trying to learn about the legislative process to be a more effective advocate; Listener emailed a question regarding moving around and around and around to avoid registration; Listener voicemail about supervision conditions when moving to […]

Read More

RM69: Windsor Locks Repeals Exclusion Zones

We are proud to release episode 69 of Registry Matters. We start off with a conversation about separation of powers where judges are trying to determine their working conditions;  A listener phoned in a question about moving to another state; A patron phoned in a question regarding Interstate Compact transfers; Cops utilize Marcy’s Law to […]

Read More

RM68: Why Does PA & MI Try To Keep Everyone Forever?

In Episode 68 of Registry Matters, we cover a town in Massachusetts that wants to use intervention and counseling before behavior escalates; We continue to hamper formerly incarcerated people from moving on in life; Law enforcement and victims advocates are scrambling in PA and MI regarding people coming off the public registry; Decades after; people […]

Read More

RM67: GA Supreme Court Rules Lifetime GPS Monitoring Unconstitutional

In this second episode in March, we cover an excellent outcome from the Georgia Supreme Court regarding lifetime GPS monitoring ruled unconstitutional; Americans in prison and jail are abused and deprived of needed  services; Oregon pitcher gets signed to a baseball team in Mexico; A Harvard law professor steps up to help defend Harvey Weinstein; […]

Read More

RM66: Court Provides New Tool To Challenge Registration

On Episode 66 of Registry Matters, we cover a couple listener questions; New York Supreme Court says you can’t put someone on Sex Offender supervision for a non-sexual offense; Concrete thrown through window day after police detail removed; We have a double standard between sexes in sexual offenses; Democrats extend statute of limitations in New […]

Read More

RM65: What A Surprise, (Alleged) Victims Do Lie

In this episode of Registry Matters, we answer a listener comment comparing the Alabama decision versus marking passports; A new listener asks a question regarding federal supervision from one state to another; Circling back around to the recent case with the actor alleging assault, turns out it was staged; Georgia attorney uses his legislative position […]

Read More

RM64: Judge forbids Sex Offender Marking On License

An amazing decision out of Alabama is the feature segment on this episode. We also covered a question from Patreon supporter mike in FL regarding the 6th circuit decision and the larger ramifications; A voicemail question from a Patreon listener in Alaska; Article on if we should cap prison sentences at 20  years – provides […]

Read More

RM63: AG in Michigan Denounces Registry

In this episode, we are joined by Josh Hoe of The Decarceration Nation Podcast (here). The Attorney General in Michigan released an amicus curiae on Friday, and we needed an expert to unpack that. We also handled a question from a Patron in Wisconsin about the state of GPS and all of the ramifications therein; […]

Read More