Episode 20 – Not Guilty By Insanity

Episode 20 2018/04/14 A brief discussion about a woman on the registry for NOT reporting that her son was having sex, while NOT in her custody??? WTH! There Are Too Many Kids on the Sex Offender Registry https://reason.com/archives/2018/04/09/there-are-too-many-kids-on-the Dissenting Against the Supreme Court’s Rightward Shift When Stephen Reinhardt, the famously liberal judge who died last […]

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Episode 19 – Just End The Federal Registry Already

Episode 19 2018/04/07 Colbert county Alabama sheriff messed up. There was a 2 week laps in sending out notifications to the locals of convicted sex offenders moving into the area. http://www.waaytv.com/content/news/Colbert-officials-develop-a-new-plan-better-notify-citizens-about-sex-offenders-477979273.html Colom campaigned on locking up fewer people He released a person for a parole violation, in which his predecessor locked him up for 5 […]

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Episode 18 – There Go The People

Episode 18 2018/03/31 1) How is it that in some states the registry is considered “punishment” (Michigan?) and in other states it is simply a “public service”?  I’m thinking of the ex post facto registry requirements for SO’s who have completed their sentences. 2)  The 80+ towns throughout Minnesota that have enacted their own extra-judicial […]

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Episode 17 – Real Criminal Justice Reform

Larry and Andy discuss a radical criminal justice reform AG, the WV Supreme Court decision about Internet restrictions, MN groping loophole, How long should Guantanamo detainees be held, should people in prison be released for care for a sick spouse, Craigslist shuts down it’s personals section, and the money spent for indefinite detention.

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Episode 16 – Interview w Brenda Jones

Episode 16 2018/03/17 From the LA Times: Eight reasons for America’s shameful number of wrongful convictions Most cops and prosecutors are hard-working and honest professionals. But some have ulterior motives. Some have a tainted view of innocence and guilt. False confessions coming from endless hours of interrogations. 25% of individuals exonerated later by DNA had […]

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Episode 15 – Can Speech Be Compelled

Episode 15 2018/03/10 The Sex Offender Registry: Vengeful, unconstitutional and due for full repeal http://thehill.com/opinion/criminal-justice/376668-the-sex-offender-registry-vengeful-unconstitutional-and-due-for-full The rapist of 13-year-old at church camp got no prison time. Now, thousands want the judge removed. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2018/03/05/the-rapist-of-13-year-old-at-church-camp-got-no-jail-time-now-thousands-want-the-judge-removed/?utm_term=.21d17e028a46 Tarrant County judge used electric shocks to punish sex offender, who is getting a new trial http://www.star-telegram.com/latest-news/article203890369.html This Case Could Help Prevent […]

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Episode 14 – Will Judges Save Us From Ourselves?

Episode 14 2018/03/03 From The Spokesman: While his brother is in prison for molesting another child, he comes out with allegations that he too was molested by his brother many years earlier. Now that his brother is about to released after serving 25 years, he is saying that “I want that son of a bitch […]

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Episode 13 – The Gentle Nature of Americans

Episode 13 2018/02/24 On to the news items: From The Washington Post: He was arrested for a sex act that’s no longer a crime. Years later, he remains convicted. Green was 20 when he was arrested after having oral sex with a 16-year-old male in a Georgia hotel room. He was convicted of a sex […]

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Episode 11 – Residency Restrictions

Episode 11 2018/02/10 Do residency, work, presence restrictions do anything to help public safety? I just want to say that if you’re finding us from NARSOL, welcome! There is an email notification on the registry matters site that will email you as soon as a new episode is posted. But even better, would be to […]

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