Doe v. Dep’t of Public Safety and Correctional Services, 62 A.3d 123 (Md. 2013).
Nature of Case: State civil suit in which plaintiff, a registrant, who was convicted of sex offenses which took place prior to enactment of Maryland’s sex offender registration scheme, alleged application of SORN to him was a violation of prohibition on retroactive punishments.
Holding: Court of Appeals of Maryland held, on state constitutional grounds, that SORN was a violation of prohibition against retroactive punishments.
- Maryland Court of Appeals Opinion | view via Google Scholar
- Respondent’s Brief
- Reply Brief of Petitioner
- Amici Brief
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