The Registry Matters Podcast covers an important topic as to of the origin of “Frightening and High”. The SCOTUS decision of Smith v Doe is cited as such. However, that’s not where it originated. They guys also talk about restoration of voter rights to registrants, people dying in prison due to the high temperatures and judges not forcing people to register after conviction. They also tackle a Patreon supporters question of what can you do if you can’t vote.
And this week we’d like to thank our newest patrons: Larry, Patty and Hank. Many thanks, and I’ll send you blue balls next week.
3:15 – Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo Stands Up For Sex Offenders https://dc-chronicle.com/2018/07/23/democratic-gov-andrew-cuomo-stands-sex-offenders/
11:00 – “Cooking Them to Death”: The Lethal Toll of Hot Prisons https://www.themarshallproject.org/2017/10/11/cooking-them-to-death-the-lethal-toll-of-hot-prisons
22:00 – Patreon supporter question
28:45 – Judge upends sex offender registration http://www.dailylocal.com/general-news/20180723/judge-upends-sex-offender-registration
30:00 – Critics say pardons will give sex offenders access to schools https://www.timesunion.com/news/amp/Sex-offenders-able-to-visit-schools-to-vote-13098230.php
38:00 – Appeals Court Weighs Restoration of Felons’ Rights https://www.law.com/dailybusinessreview/2018/07/26/appeals-court-weighs-restoration-of-felons-rights/
45:00 – Amicus brief from NARSOL in support of Denver challenge
54:30 McKUNE, WARDEN, et al. v. LILE, (2002) https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/536/24.html
“I think solitary confinement is wrong, and our sentences in this country are eight times longer than sentences for comparative crimes in Europe.”
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