The Registry Matters Podcast moves into episode 40 this week. First up is to self congratulate for reaching > 100 YouTube subscribers. We have a branded YouTube Channel!!! Hooray. https://www.youtube.com/c/RegistryMatters. An article from the Economist posits why support for the death penalty is going up; Failure to report your social media passwords could put you behind bars; The California Bail bill might not be as great as everyone things; New sexual misconduct rules from the feds; Officer who shot 15y/o gets 15 years; Defendants pay to plead guilty in PA; a decision from the 7th circuit court of appeals against the homeless; Criminal justice system in SF waives fees for 21k people; an opinion piece by Lenore Skenazy; Intellectually challenged teen has sentence removed, but still in treatment to reduce recidivism; and podcast interview w/ Emily Horowitz. WOW! All of that content this week. Holy cow.
[10:00] The Economist: Why support for the death penalty is rising again in America
[19:10] Buffalo News: Sex offender gets jail for not reporting social media password
[23:30] The Marshall Project: So Much for The Great California Bail Celebration
[36:50] The NY Times: New U.S. Sexual Misconduct Rules Bolster Rights of Accused and Protect Colleges
[41:00] The Appeal.org: Defendants in PA pay a fee just to plead guilty
[49:30] NPR.org: Officer who shot 15 y/o boy in the back gets 15 years
[51:00] Decision from the 7th Circuit court of appeals
[1:06:50] The San Francisco Chronicle: Criminal justice system fees for 21k waived
[1:09:06] An opinion piece at the New York Times by Lenore Skenazy
[1:18:00] The Appeal.org: Case Of Intellectually Disabled Teen Falsely Accused Of Sex Offense Reveals Registry Flaws
[1:21:13] Thaddeus Russell podcast Unregistered interview with Emily Horowitz
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