I’m pleased to announce Episode 97 of Registry Matters. We begin with a quick update of the civil commitment hearing for Galen Baughman. It isn’t great news, sadly. Then an update on the Georgia Halloween challenge. A listener phones in a question asking if it’s better to tell an employer, or keep it hidden. Court rules against revoking a man’s supervision for not answering his door; Court-ordered settlement agreement in South Carolina denying counsel to people who are poor, along with a settlement; Connecticut Supreme Court upholds constitutionality of sentencing a 14 year old to 40 years; A quick detour in the criminal justice position of the Democratic candidates; Virginia Governor restores civil rights to 22,000 felons; Victims advocates in Missouri are trying to remove the statute of limitations; DC individuals on ankle monitors can be audio recorded without any prior knowledge; Floyd County Georgia is implementing a system to flag registered persons before they can get on school campus; 19 year old in Manchester touched a 17 year old’s arm and is possibly going to be put on the registry; Newton County Georgia will have presentations for registrants on Halloween for the 13th year in a row; Scalia on evolving standards doesn’t mean they are improvements
[4:05] Breaking new regarding Galen Baughman and updates on the Georgia Halloween Challenge
[1:32:15] – Evolving standards could go both ways
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