RM291: Are You Afraid Of An Invisible Boogeyman?

RM291: Are You Afraid Of An Invisible Boogeyman?

[1:23] Question from a listener who hopes for parole release this year and intends to challenge the Texas PFR registration statute, believing it unconstitutional like Roe vs. Wade. He perceives attorneys’ reluctance to challenge it due to fear of public backlash, but he himself is unafraid.

[11:27] A comment from a listener on YouTube thinks that this podcast doesn’t care about all criminal justice reform, but only PFRs. Which, if this individual listens to more than a few soundbites, they’ll learn otherwise.

[19:26] A question from NARSOL Connections: A person on federal supervised release in North Carolina faces a full internet ban imposed by their handler. The query is whether this ban is appropriate and what steps the individual could take to address or challenge this condition.

[24:00] We have a pseudo-debate about SORNA and how much reach it has for those who have been discharged from registration.

[56:33] While the prison population has gone down in California, the coasts have soared


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