RM275: Locked In Unless Innocent In Texas

RM275: Locked In Unless Innocent In Texas

In a 6-3 decision, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled that “judicial clemency” does not exempt sex offenders from registration. The doctrine, established in 1965, allowed courts to dismiss charges and penalties after probation. Danny Richard Lane’s case exemplifies the issue; though he believed judicial clemency cleared his duty to register, the court ruled that only a pardon based on innocence or a conviction reversal can terminate this obligation.

[4:27] https://thecrimereport.org/2023/09/07/judicial-clemency-does-not-forgive-sex-offender-registration/

[36:39] https://www.cbsnews.com/news/leonard-mack-exonerated-47-years-after-wrongful-rape-conviction/

[41:24] https://www.npr.org/2023/09/07/1198160934/actor-danny-masterson-sentenced-to-30-years-to-life-in-prison-for-rape

[44:23] https://reason.com/2023/09/06/with-22-year-sentence-ex-proud-boys-leader-enrique-tarrio-pays-hefty-trial-penalty/


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