State v. Clemens, 915 N.W.2d 550 (Neb. 2018)
Nature of Case: Appellant was required to register in Colorado due to a juvenile adjudication and then moved to Nebraska, which otherwise would not have required him to register in light of 8th Circuit precedent. Appellant did not register and was eventually charged with failure to register. Appellant entered a guilty plea and appealled, challenging the basis of the plea.
Holding: Nebraska Supreme Court held that, under Nebraska law, plain reading of statute meant that anyone who was required to register in another state was also required to register in Nebraska.