RM248--Does Child Pornography Drive Sex Offender Laws?

RM248: Does child pornography drive sex offender laws?

If the government knows it is on the internet, why doesn’t it take it down? What is the legality of keeping illegal material available for people to find? We discuss whether it is a conspiracy or a way for the law enforcement apparatus to continue to make money through the arrest and conviction of those found to have child pornography.

Perhaps it didn’t start off that way, but it evolved into a system that needs to evolve, grow, and survive. This is similar to the SMART Office with the registering, tracking and monitoring that the federal office to demonstrate a need for its existence. Is the prosecution of material it has the ability to take down a money-making machine or a way for those who run the sex offender registries to justify their existence?

Loyal listeners continue to have questions about interstate compacts, so we have a short discussion on the lack of understanding of how they work and the necessity of pushing for a probable cause hearing. Since it is long standing case law, asking for a probable cause hearing and being refused could be an issue to raise on appeal.

The podcast discusses the changes in the military’s prosecution of sex abuse cases and how that happened, the state registry laws that lead people to homelessness or serious debt, and why prosecutors and judges do not understand bail laws.

And if you are not familiar with the requirements of lifetime supervision in Nevada and other states, our segment on those requirements is an eye-opener, to say the least.

Highlights

[08:51] Listener question about interstate compacts.

[13:36] Livetime supervision conditions in Nevada.

[24:15] Changes in how the military will prosecute allegations of sex abuse.

[33:30] Discussion on how Georgia’s sex offender registry traps people in debt and homelessness.

[42:30] Federal magistrates, prosecutors misunderstand bail law.

[54:00] Child Pornography and Federal law enforcement.

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