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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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; […]

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RM62: Halloween Hysteria Stopped In Its Tracks

Today’s episode covers a couple listener questions and a listener comment; 16 y/o succeeds in suicide after threat of criminal prosecution; Michigan law remains in place after 6th circuit decision; Officials in New York question the effectiveness of the registry; Homeless registrants in Hawaii possibly pushed into the sea; Victims Advocates get big victory in New York; Prisons in the US are creating huge database of voice signatures; Have you signed up for notifications of registrants moving into your neighborhood?; Arkansas derails Halloween hysteria bill

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RM61: When Does The Registry Become Punitive & 8 Articles

An action packed episode with live guests! Rick from Florida joins to provide some conservative view points, Halloween bill prevents registrants from Halloween activities – but it’s really vague; ACLU files class action in Michigan; If you have a mental illness, you might not be released from prison on your release date – Awesome!; Constitutional […]

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RM60: SO Registration Requires Sex Offense Conviction

We are proud to release episode 60 of the Registry Matters Podcast. This week we have: A listener asks a question about conflict of interest with judges and should they recuse themselves; And Patron Jeff asks what does it mean when the circuit courts are split; New York is about to make conversion therapy illegal; […]

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RM59: Three Supreme Court Cert Denials

Registry Matters on a Wednesday? We tackle a listener question regarding a foreign conviction and how that translates to strict liability; Legislator has an epiphany after getting mandatory minimum; News revelation – civil commitment is wrong, expensive and ineffective;  Florida felons registering to vote after voter rights restored; Alaska says you can’t use common lie […]

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RM58: Seventh Circuit Strikes Total Ban On Porn

Episode 58 brings in the first Registry Matters episode of the new year! Ask your prosecutor how they can prosecute someone knowing that they might be innocent; Lubbock, Texas has a novel method of indigent defense; News Flash: Not all offenders are the same – I know, shocker right?; A seven-fold increase in men in prison for CP; YAV (Yet Another Vigilante) with blood on his hands; Sovereign nations controlling their borders; Suing the state for damages from the Scarlet Letter; Seventh Circuit vacates conditions of supervision (US vs. Canfield)

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