Doe v. State, 111 A.3d 1077 (N.H. 2015)
Nature of Case: As-applied challenge to state sex offender registration scheme alleging violations of Ex Post Faco clause and Procedural Due Process.
Holding:New Hampshire Supreme Court held on state constitutional grounds that state sex offender registration scheme was punitive as applied, that appropriate remedy was for Doe to be provided a hearing at which to demonstrate he should not be subject to lifetime registration, but that procedural due process was not violated.
- Supreme Court of New Hampshire Opinion | view via Google Scholar
- Plaintiff’s Reply Brief
- State’s Brief
- Amicus Curiae Brief – Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform
- Amicus Curiae Brief – NH Association of Crimina Defense Lawyers
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