RM294: Navigating the Maze: The Journey of PFR Legislation Around the Country

This episode provides updates to legislation around the country and discusses PFR registration, adding new offenses, and juvenile offender rules. Future adjustments aim for better legislation, ensuring compliance and protecting rights.

[2:51] The content discusses the experience of a person on the registry facing travel challenges, specifically mentioning a cruise line that does not do background checks.

[5:02] Andy and Larry discuss the complexities of plea negotiations, focusing on a case involving charges of criminal sexual penetration of a minor. Larry emphasizes the importance of considering the likelihood of conviction and the benefits of a plea deal that minimizes penalties, while also acknowledging the challenges of ensuring justice in a conservative jurisdiction.

[23:23] Legislative update from New Mexico, Oklahoma and West Virginia


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