Phil Telfeyan – Protecting constitutional rights in the federal courts

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Philip Telfayen discusses the case of McGuire v. Strange (Alabama) which is awaiting a decision in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Telfayen explains why Alabama’s sex offender registration law is the most debilitating in the country, the constitutional issues asserted,
how this registration law has adversely impacted Alabamans like Michael McGuire, and why the law needs to change.

Recorded at NARSOL’s conference, Building a Strong Foundation for Advocacy, June 1-3, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Phil Telfeyan – Protecting Constitutional Rights in the Federal Courts

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