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ACSOL Phone Meeting May 15

Please join ACSOL Executive Director and civil rights attorney Janice Bellucci as well as ACSOL President and criminal defense attorney Chance Oberstein for our next phone meeting.  The meeting will be held on Saturday, May 15, beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific time and will last at least two hours.

This meeting will be recorded and then posted as an audio recording within 24 hours. A link to the recording will be at the top of our pages.

Dial-in number: 1-712-770-8055
Conference Code:  983459

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Discussion topics will include:

  • pending CDCR regulations for CA inmates
  • the California Tiered Registry (now effective)
  • proposed SORNA regulations
  • in-person registration during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • residency restrictions
  • overseas and domestic travel
  • other current topics and pending legal action throughout the nation.

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In my past experience, and hearing of others dealings with some parole and probation departments, they pull a lot of issues, telling those still on probation or parole, you can or can not do this or that, they make up rules on their own, knowing full well that defendant/parolee/probationer will not challenge in fear of being violated. The judge will say one thing, but the parole/probation officers will ignore whatever the judge said that may favor the defendant. Just like this gentlemen was explaining that he could not be on social media. -just my opinion. thank you

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