RM87: Stupid, but Constitutional

RM87: Stupid, but Constitutional

On the first episode in August, we have a range of topic that we move through starting with registrants in Colorado are forced into low-income neighborhoods and poverty; People have biases that affects the outcome on juries; Man spends a night in jail for skipping a $2.75 fee; Man in prison is beaten and drowned in toilet; Our weekly Scalia segment; Lie detector tests are not ever ever to be trusted; A public defender accounts handling 3800+ cases in 5 years; DAs in New York move to strike down an oversight board that would monitor them; The case for allowing those with convictions to vote; Is renting a few billboards lobbying?; What is the definition of cajoling and when does it cross the line

[17:15] https://coloradosun.com/2019/07/24/registered-sex-offenders-low-income-neighborhoods/

[25:00] https://fee.org/articles/pretrial-publicity-unconscious-bias-and-the-court-of-public-opinion/

[36:15] https://theappeal.org/a-night-in-jail-over-2-75/

[42:00] https://www.yahoo.com/news/convicted-florida-child-molester-beaten-015857195.html

[48:00] Scalia – Stupid, but constitutional

[54:35] https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/why-lie-detector-tests-cant-be-trusted-180972724/

[1:04:30] https://www.themarshallproject.org/2019/08/01/one-lawyer-five-years-3-802-cases

[1:15:00] https://www.law.com/newyorklawjournal/2019/07/24/ny-district-attorneys-formally-move-to-strike-down-prosecutorial-watchdog-law/

[1:17:15] https://theappeal.org/its-time-to-allow-people-with-felony-convictions-to-serve-on-juries/

[1:23:00] https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/31/nyregion/lobbying-billboard-new-york.html

[1:30:30] https://www.forbes.com/sites/evangerstmann/2019/08/03/is-unreasonable-cajoling-sexual-assault/#54919a217dc5

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2 thoughts to “RM87: Stupid, but Constitutional”

  1. Enjoyed your podcast, especially the stories that actually involve registry “matters”. Ever listen to someone not informed on the very low recidivism of SO’s speak on the “alarmingly high” recidivism makes me cringe. Kind of like listening to someones comments on chiropractic who is uninformed. After practicing the profession for over 20 years I had to cringe while listening. Stay on topics you know something about, “registry matters”. What your not up on, your down on. Enuf said.

    I do appreciate your efforts!

    1. Hey Randall,
      I should have been more clear in my comments. There are those that practice chiropractic care that then throw in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).
      https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/answering-our-critics-again/
      The reason for the rant about pseudoscience comes up in regards to the polygraph. It works because you believe it works, which is therefore placebo.
      When I read articles about a chiropractor doing spinal subluxation on an infant, written by a Medical Doctor, https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/chiropractic-vertebral-subluxations-science-vs-pseudoscience/ it is scary to me

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