On this, our 70th episode, of Registry Matters we have a long time listener and supporter from Florida that is trying to learn about the legislative process to be a more effective advocate; Listener emailed a question regarding moving around and around and around to avoid registration; Listener voicemail about supervision conditions when moving to another state; Justice is the prosecution getting the right person, not putting “anyone” behind bars for 22 years; Philly DA is going after mass supervision after mass incarceration; Man spends 36 years in prison and can receive a max $250k for wrongful incarceration; Mens rea reform and using an affirmative defense; SCOTUS considers if jury should be involved in supervised release; Virginia Governor proposes to tweak evacuation shelter rules for registrants; The 9th circuit decision a case NARSOL regarding if the state is required to prove sexual motivation
[1:14:00] 9th Circuit decision May v Brnovich
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