[2:44] A federal court granted a Temporary Restraining Order, halting the Halloween sign requirement for registered sex offenders in Missouri, citing First Amendment violations and ruling in favor of the plaintiff, Thomas Sanderson. Other Halloween restrictions remain in place.
[14:34] A listener asks about the impact of the latest SORNA regulations, particularly one from January 7th, on their minimal registration requirements as a pre-2012 conviction in Pennsylvania. Larry explains that the rule didn’t significantly change anything but has caused concern among some.
[19:18] The listener, Jack, seeks clarification on how federal SORNA regulations might affect him and what actions he should take. Larry explains that until the Pennsylvania State Police or the state’s legislation mandates additional requirements, he should continue to follow Pennsylvania’s laws and not worry about federal regulations. If such a letter arrives, it would be the time to address the issue.
[27:35] Kathleen shares the great news that her son was found not guilty in his trial, and the jury determined he had no intent to engage in illegal activities with a minor. They discuss the common misconception about entrapment cases and how law enforcement creates misleading scenarios. The conversation touches on jury selection and the challenges of finding impartial jurors. Larry emphasizes the importance of an open-minded jury and the use of peremptory challenges to shape the jury panel.
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