RM278: Lifelong Registration vs. Justice: The Malone Story

RM278: Lifelong Registration vs. Justice: The Malone Story

“Malone’s Appeal: Lifetime Registration Under SORA Challenged in Michigan Courts” – This podcast delves into the legal battle of Kenneth Malone, who appealed his lifelong registration under the Sex Offenders Registration Act (SORA) in Michigan. Despite Malone’s argument that this constituted cruel and unusual punishment, the Court of Appeals upheld his registration. Andy and Larry dissect Malone’s case, discussing the appropriateness of his legal approach, his history of mental health issues, and the gravity of his offense. They also explore the debate surrounding the effectiveness of sex offender registries and the potential for a different outcome in the Michigan Supreme Court.

[2:30] Letter from a concerned listener

[12:08] Washington State is considering having PFRs non-public

[16:09] Michigan Court of Appeals affirms lower court ruling in Lifelong Registration



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