RM73: Hospitality Industry Required To Announce Occupants

In this weeks episode, Larry and Andy discuss the challenges of youth and sharing images, damned if you do, damned if you don’t; Sheriffs office in Green, NC has a mine resistant APC added to their equipment; New top prosecutor in Provo, UT has a different idea about prosecuting; New Brooklyn DA will not automatically […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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; […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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