Jason is on the registry in Connecticut for an offense he committed in 2008. He has spent the decade since his arrest working to make his criminal record a footnote, rather than the story that defines him. In addition to his employment full-time in an unrelated field, Jason devotes his free-time to giving back to the community in several ways. One of his volunteer activities included becoming President of his synagogue.
In 2019, he joined registry advocacy efforts. He created the website http://endtheregistry.com to offer support to registrants, friends and families and he can be found tweeting as @endtheregistry. Most importantly, he reports having wonderful relationships with his fiancé, family and friends that are more meaningful and are more genuine than those prior to arrest.