United States v. Mingo, No. 18-2225- cr (2nd Cir. 2020)
Nature of Case: Appellant was convicted by way of military court martial of a sex offense. Following his release from confinement, he registered as a sex offender in New York but thereafter moved and did not register. He was federally indicted for failing to register, was convicted, and sought review.
Holding: 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed Appellant’s conviction, holding that in the context of a military sex offense, federal SORNA does not violate non-delegation doctrines and does not violate the Administrative Procedures Act.