Listen to RM250: Register as Soon as You Can as Soon as You Can Figure out the Rules
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We have a returning guest whose husband is in military custody. Our podcast does a deep dive into registration requirements for PFRs released from federal custody. How quickly should a PFR register? When does the clock for registration begin? What happens if you don’t register?
PFRs in military custody generally have fewer resources available to help them navigate the requirements, as they differ greatly from state to state. So the questions addressed on the podcast are from the perspective of individuals in military custody.
However, due to the overlaps between general registry requirements and for military custody, Episode 250 contains valuable information for all PFRs.
Nearly the entire podcast focuses on this issue due to the complexity of registration requirements. Therefore, we only tackle several articles–one on police shootings and another on the possibility of a reduction in phone call prices for those incarcerated.
Oh, and since this is episode we had to add a few extras.
[02:30] Celebration of 250th episode.
[06:40] Discussion on the registration requirements for PFRs released from military custody.
[40:45] Additional questions and discussion from our guest.
[55:01] Increased police shootings.
[1:00:15] Biden signs bill to reduce costs for prisoner phone calls.
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