In this episode of Registry Matters, we feature The State of North Carolina v. Larry Fritsche, where the court considered whether time spent on another state’s sex offender registry counted toward the 10-year requirement for early removal from North Carolina’s registry. Despite Fritsche’s 13 years on Colorado’s registry, the court ruled that only time registered in North Carolina applies. The decision, in line with a previous case, is defended as a reasonable textual interpretation, emphasizing legislative intent to protect the public. The script notes Fritsche’s strategic moves and highlights the court’s reliance on legislative silence over 12 years as a significant factor in its decision.
[2:00] International travel with Brandon from Restore Georgia
[21:23] Individual seeks clarification on the applicability of harsh Indiana laws for registrants leaving the state
[31:20] Despite wanting to be removed from the registry, in 40 states, individuals may still have to register if they move there, creating ongoing restrictions even after deregistration, as exemplified by residency limitations in Wisconsin, prompting a call for abolishing the registry.
[38:40] State of North Carolina vs Larry Fritsche
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