The conversation is about the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision and how it can be confusing. The issue was raised by a question in the Legal Corner about a person who was transferred from Arizona to New Mexico and did not receive a review hearing after five years of supervision, as mandated by New Mexico law. The person in question was convicted in Arizona and has lifetime supervision imposed by Maricopa County. It is clarified that only Arizona can reduce or eliminate the remainder of the lifetime supervision, and New Mexico cannot ignore their own laws regarding review hearings for PFRs. However, the receiving state can impose special conditions that the offender must abide by. The conversation highlights the complexity of interstate supervision and the need for a better understanding of the powers each state has over offenders transferred through the ICAOS.
[3:44] Path to voting continues to be murky for Florida’s previously incarcerated
[12:00] Michigan PFR’s Seek individual liability for enforcement of vacated rules
[34:44] Transferring supervision to another state
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