On this episode of the Registry Matters Podcast, we have King Alexander joining us. Mr. Alexander is a Supervising Attorney and Life Without Parole Attorney at the Calcasieu Public Defenders Office in Louisiana.
The podcast has discussions about how being homeless turns into a revolving door into the criminal justice system, simply by being homeless. An article from the New York Times makes the case that criminal justice reforms are making progress in increasing public safety. Shocking new evidence (not really) that the policies against registrants making recidivism rates go up. In the #MeToo movement, men are victims too, and they don’t report the abuse. And lastly, a very long detailed discussion about Essential Elements. The who, what, where about it. Call it the essentials about essential elements. I hope you’ll listen, and share it with those around you.
13:00 The Criminalization Of Homelessness: An Explainer https://theappeal.org/the-criminalization-of-homelessness-an-explainer-aa074d25688d/
36:30 California Today: Are Criminal Justice Reforms Making the State Safer? https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/11/us/california-today-criminal-justice-reforms.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fus
45:30 New evidence says US sex-offender policies are actually causing more crime https://qz.com/869499/new-evidence-says-us-sex-offender-policies-dont-work-and-are-are-actually-causing-more-crime/
57:00 Ohio State and Jim Jordan: Why sexual abuse claims against men aren’t taken seriously https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2018/07/11/ohio-state-and-jim-jordan-why-sexual-abuse-claims-against-men-arent-taken-seriously/
1:09:00 Deep dive into Essential Elements
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