A PARTIAL FIX OF A BROKEN GUIDELINE

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A Meta-Analysis of Recidivism Studies

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Biased Journalism

Out of a town called Beckley, in a state called West Virginia. So much divided commentary in today's USA. This is a good example of slanted, biased reporting. This author/reporter/editorial writer has a strong opinion that once you make a mistake in life, you do not deserve any humanity. Apparently calling someone released from prison a "Returning Citizen" is some left wing joke according to this writer. You...

“When They See Us”

Kevin Richardson opens up about inspiring the Emmy-winning Netflix series “When They See Us” Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana, Korey Wise together have endured the worst of times—arrested and convicted as innocent teens for the infamous Central Park jogger crime of 1989— and the best of times—film director Ava DuVernay’s to the 2019 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. What started as a Tweet from Santana...

A sex offense conviction can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars

Carol Nesteikis, 66, has never committed a crime. But for two years, from six in the evening to six in the morning the next day, she lived under de facto house arrest with her 32-year-old son, Adam. It wasn’t because she wanted to. The home itself was a kind of punishment, she says.Adam was sentenced to 10 years on the sex offender registry and two years of probation...

Falsely Accused Man Finally Freed 15 years later

Utahan Christopher Wickham's story It's been 23 years since Christopher Wickham has seen the ocean, or taken a trip beyond Utah's borders that lasted longer than a day or two. He spent nearly 15 of those years at the Utah State Prison. And since his release in 2011, his travels have been restricted by rules he has to follow as a convicted sex offender. But that's all changing...

Nevada Supreme Court – 7 Takeaways

New ruling about jury trials for misdemeanor domestic battery cases. The justices unanimously reasoned that while misdemeanor domestic battery cases are misdemeanors, the unique combination of consequences now in place for that offense make it “serious” enough to trigger a fundamental due process right to a jury trial under both the state and federal constitutions. (Most misdemeanors are still “petty,” and bench trials in front of a single...

Rape Conviction Overturned

Man who had rape conviction overturned seeks Supreme Court ruling against defense attorneys Fred Slota was accused in Brown County of sexual contact with a 7-year-old girl between Aug. 28, 2012, and Dec. 8, 2012. In 2014, he was convicted at trial and sentenced to 30 years in prison. That conviction was overturned following a habeas corpus appeal, after Slota served about three years in prison. Judge Jon...

Civil Commitment Appeal

James Pesci is a detainee at the Florida Civil Commitment Center (FCCC), a for-profit facility that houses sex offenders involuntarily committed under Florida’s Involuntary Civil Commitment of Sexually Violent Predators Act. Pesci is not a prisoner; like the other roughly 600 residents of FCCC, he has already served out his prison sentence. Instead, he is involuntarily committed because the State has determined that he is a “sexually violent...

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