Series: Registry Matters

The podcast about the sex offender registry | Sex Offender News | Sex Offender Policy Analysis

RM149: Man Arrested For Failing To Notify Angel Watch

On this weeks episode, we covered a story involving a man who was arrested for not providing the requisite 3 weeks notice before traveling out of the country. This is really a tragedy. Larry thinks that this is where the litigation should be focused on. There are various situations where you might not have 3…

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RM148: Jury Acquittal Explained by Attorney Ashley Reymore-Cloud

On this weeks show, Ashley Reymore-Cloud returns as our guest. She’s appeared with us numerous times before. She is a great guest! I love having her on. Ashley has just tried a case that involved sexual accusations in District Court Bernalillo County, which is Albuquerque. It resulted in an acquittal. We’re going to do a…

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RM147: Dr. Pelloski’s Analysis of Media Bias on PFRs

We are proud to have Dr. Chris Pelloski this week. Dr. Pelloski wrote a response to NPR regarding their segment which aired in early September. This segment had numerous factual errors regarding PFRs, and being classified as “missing”. Dr. Pelloski earned his medical degree from the Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago in 2001 and…

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RM146: Denied Parole for Refusing to Admit Responsibility

On this weeks episode, we started off with a couple questions. One of which was if you can be denied parole, if you refuse to admit guilt while incarcerated. It would be a very tough pill to swallow to genuinely not be guilty, and you’re forced to admit to something you didn’t do. [08:14] BOP…

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RM145: Registration in Wisconsin Requires Annual Payment of $100.00

Transcript of RM145: Registration in Wisconsin Requires Annual Payment of $100.00 We were joined by one of our patrons, Justin. He asked us a question a little while back about paying a fee to Wisconsin of $100 per year. He receives this bill even though he doesn’t, and has never lived in Wisconsin. Would you…

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RM144: How AWA Proposed Changes Create an Unfunded Mandate

We circled back around to the Department of Justice proposed changes for another whack at it. We have received tons of comments and we felt we could take another stab at it. Along the way, we delve into a few news items and a few listener questions   [1:51] https://reason.com/2020/09/04/sex-predators-victimless-crime-children-police-washington/ [6:58] https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/09/06/curtis-flowers-will-finally-be-freed-prosecutorial-misconduct-rem https://www.courthousenews.com/no-7th-trial-for-mississippi-man-freed-from-prison-in-2019/ [13:00] https://reason.com/2020/09/06/bust-the-police-unions/…

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RM143: Will Willman Undo Does v. Snyder feat Josh Hoe

Read Transcript of RM143: Will Willman Undo Does v. Snyder feat Josh Hoe Josh Hoe of Decarceration Nation and Twitter extraordinaire joined us this week for further discussion on the Willman case that we discussed in RM142. Josh is a very generous guest and always comes prepared to challenge Larry; and this I promise is…

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RM142: Willman vs US Attorney General (6th Circuit)

Read Transcript of RM142: Willman vs US Attorney General (6th Circuit) Larry gives us a dose of bad news this week in this case from Michigan. There is a faction of people that think we should make a full scale assault on the registry. Point by point attack every little thing. Listen to the show…

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RM141: Millard v. Camper Dispiriting Tenth Circuit Decision

On this weeks episode, we went into great detail regarding the recent decision in Colorado regarding the punitive nature of the registry. The attorney, Alison Ruttenberg did a fantastic job. The judge that heard the case ruled in our favor. This is the result of the appeal that was filed in the 10th Circuit. A…

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RM140: AG Barr Seeks to Force AWA Compliance

Read Transcript of RM140: AG Barr Seeks to Force AWA Compliance On the show this week, we dive into a case from Tennessee involving a man who had all of the registry requirements imposed on him long after his crime was committed. He went to court to get an injunction, and was awarded the injunction….

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