Doe v. Bredesen, 507 F.3d 998 (6th Cir. 2007)
Nature of Case: Doe, a Tennessee registrant, filed suit alleging that Tennessee’s SORA statute, which also included provision that allowed for GPS monitoring to which Doe became subject, was ex post facto. District court dismissed, and Doe appealed.
Holding: Sixth Circuit held that Tennessee SORA statute was not unconstitutional ex post facto law under either federal nor state constitutional provisions.
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