RM264: Wyoming Supreme Court Rules Against DCI in Sex Offender Registration Case

RM264: Wyoming Supreme Court Rules Against DCI in Sex Offender Registration Case

On Registry Matters 264, we dive into a case where the Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled that the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) overstepped its authority by requiring a Casper man to register as a sex offender 20 years after he was convicted of a misdemeanor sexual battery charge in Georgia. The court found that the DCI did not have sufficient evidence to support its decision, and that the man’s registration was therefore unlawful.

[3:01] Why does the PFR community continue to use recidivism instead of disabilities and restraints?

[8:45] Florida Senate Bill 1252 Amendments

[35:10] James Bullard, Minter versus the state of Wyoming


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