RM237: 292 Year Prison Sentence Not Cruel And Unusual Says 9th Circuit

Here’s episode 237 of Registry Matters. We open with breaking news of an individual in North Carolina, in pretrial detention that was killed. Very sad.

We’ve got a great decision from the Ninth Circuit that illustrates what’s wrong with the Anti-terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996. The case is Atdom Patsalis versus David Shin.

[2:16] Central prison on lock-down after inmate beat convicted PFR to death

[8:03] Listener question about the Full Faith and Credit Clause in the United States Constitution

[20:38] Atdom Patsalis versus David Shin

 

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