What an extravaganza of good news tonight! We have three decisions that weigh heavily in our favor. The 10th Circuit making blanket restrictions on Internet usage. Derek Logue’s battle in Florida with a state senator is a slam dunk in the favor of 1st Amendment. Then a fantastic decision out of North Carolina regarding lifetime monitoring using satellite based GPS monitoring. We do a shallow dive on these subjects. You can get a full 45 minutes of deep dive on these decisions by subscribing over at www.patreon.com/registrymatters.
We begin the night with an article regarding the American Bar Association taking a stance of guilty until proven innocent – and update during the podcast tells that they reversed course on that idea; Derek Logue challenges restraining order by state legislator and wins on all points; 10th Circuit rules blanket Internet restrictions is excessive; Epstein’s suicide reveals a culture of indifference to those in jails; Two articles covering wrongful convictions; Will those who have been given their voting rights back vote; Operation Karma locks up 26 people for registry violations – not updating their car information; It’s really hot this summer, and prisons are dangerously hot; With the removal of the statute of limitations, a huge number of child sexual abuse cases are coming; Los Angeles watch-dog is being investigated by the Los Angeles county sheriff; Richland county deputy caught in child sex sting by his own department; There are 13 registrants in Wisconsin that are missing – the shock and horror; North Carolina Supreme Court versus Grady in a lifetime GPS monitoring decision
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