Read the transcript of RM108: The Developing Body of Case Law

Happy New Year to everyone! We start the podcast today with a brief review of some of the significant events of the year starting with the courts have said that you can’t make blanket bans on social media. Things have even extended into those that are still on supervision; that you cannot make a blanket ban on social media even those that are on supervision.

Also on the radar is the blanket use of GPS monitoring. There was case in Georgia and another one in Massachusetts. The supervising authorities cannot say “ALL” people must wear a GPS monitor. It has to be narrowly tailored to the individual being monitored.

We had a massive victory in Georgia regarding First Amendment compelled speech.  This is the situation where the sheriff in two counties are mandating registrants to put signs in their yards. Fortunately we won this and no signs were placed.










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