Going from a normal life to prison and then back to a new re-created life is a long trip to take. Jason did just that. He started out in the military as a communications specialist and as a college student that got mixed up in something he shouldn’t have. But today, after 19 years incarcerated and being listed on the sex offender registry, Jason is rebuilding his life piece by piece and experiencing a great deal of success professionally and personally.
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What do you do when you are a person on the sexual offense registry and homeless, living in a parking garage? You help others! Douglas tells the story of his journey since being placed on the sexual offense registry, and how he tries to help others along their path, as well.
Today we talk with Brenda Jones, the Executive Director of NARSOL – The National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws. Brenda gives us an overview of who NARSOL is and what the organization is doing to combat the Sexual Offense Registry and the laws that overshadow those who are listed.
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