With just a little over a week before Thanksgiving and the start of the crazy holiday shopping season, here is Registry Matters 102. Larry gives us a rundown of the NACDL conference in Las Vegas representing NARSOL.; Graph of how SCOTUS Justices have voted – just wanted Larry to offer some ideas; Schumer wants better access to the Feds registrant information; Comparing active shooter drills to fire and nuclear bomb drills; Massachusetts and part of Texas are grappling with indigent defense; How do polygraphs work? They don’t. This poligrapher believes the machine is real; Sen Schumer wants better background checks; nearly $64,000 spent in Operation Hallowed Streets in Florida to find 118 people with mostly technical violations; Even if you are acquitted of a charges, you can still service time (for the remaining charges); Everyone is coming out of the woodwork to sue the Epstein estate; Criminal justice reform continues to find opponents; Our criminal justice system is doing exactly what we’ve asked for; Larry explains why we didn’t do DNA testing for the death row inmate in Georgia; A total garbage news segment from KYMA with demonstrably false information; Police captain arrested in prostitution sex sting from his own department. We should afford him the same presumption of innocent that we ask for.
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