RM193: Polygraph Deep Dive

This week, we brought a guest on from a NARSOL affiliate to take questions about the polygraph. This is certainly one of the things that PFRs on supervision must regularly deal with. It’s scary, it’s a crazy machine, it’s intimidating. It was a lot of fun to do an episode like this. Leave voicemail:…

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RM192: Q&A Episode | Homeless | Terms of Supervision | Treatment

On tonight’s show, we’re going to be talking about the case from Indiana; The one we talked about a couple episodes back. Touching on a couple of issues in that case that would be Hope vs. Indiana Commissioner of Correction. Then we’re going to be taking a plethora of listener questions because we haven’t done…

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RM37 – Life In Prison Without Due Process

In this weeks show, Larry and Andy take a deep dive into civil commitment. But prior to that, a few comments from people on Twitter have comments about last week’s show. There are articles covering the whole spectrum of issues. Such as: Under what conditions should an 11 year old girl get taser treatment; Why is that more people are locked up for technical violations than new crimes?; Do it make sense to help inmates re-acclimate to post prison life?; Does a prison sentence mean death because you can’t get your insulin. An action packed, exciting episode!

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Episode 30 – Who Really Uses 5000 Foot Banishments

Larry and Andy talk about: social security benefits CSZFree App for android teen sexting in NC the deeper and troubling next steps of the Judge Persky recall in CA SOR reinforcing inequality statue of limitations why do prosecutors oppose an misconduct pane how does risk based assessment hurt…

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Conditions of Supervision

History of probation Probation first developed in the United States when John Augustus, a Boston cobbler, persuaded a judge in the Boston Police Court in 1841 to give him custody of a convicted offender, a “drunkard,” for a brief period and then helped the man to appear rehabilitated by the time of sentencing From the…

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