RM296: Guilty No More: The Power of a Judge's Change of Heart

RM296: Guilty No More: The Power of a Judge’s Change of Heart

This episode will feature a varied mix of content. We’ll provide updates on legislation in West Virginia and review some pertinent articles. The highlight of the episode will focus on a judge who was ousted in Illinois. And we also have a question or two

[2:56] Seeking advice on post-prison life, employment challenges as a felon/PFR, and navigating PFR registries. Questions also include potential state-mandated halfway house post-release.

[18:02] Judge Robert Adrian from Illinois was removed from his position through a process different from that of Judge Persky in California. Adrian had previously found 18-year-old Drew Clinton guilty of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at a May 2021 graduation party.

[30:48] Kentucky man sentenced to 20 years for child pornography charges.


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