Federal District Court for the District of Kansas rejecting defendant's pre-trial argument that federal SORNA constitutes compelled speech in the context of a failure to register indictment.
10th Circuit Court of Appeals denying COA on the argument that registration constitutes custody for habeas corpus purposes.
Utah Supreme Court opinion finding that an out-of-state guilty plea in exchange for a withheld adjudication qualified as a conviction that required registration under Utah state law.
Colorado Court of Appeals holding that requiring lifetime registration for juveniles adjudicated of sex offenses constitutes punishment for Eighth Amendment purposes, and remanded the case for consideration of whether the Eighth Amendment is violated when the state mandates lifetime sex offense registration for juveniles.
10th Circuit opinion rejecting as-applied Ex Post Facto challenge to Oklahoma SORN.
Tenth Circuit affirming district court finding that City of Albuquerque's ban of people on the registry from entering city libraries was unconstitutional under First and Fourteenth Amendments.
Utah Supreme Court holding that threat of revocation of supervision for failing to comply with polygraph requirements in treatment program implicated Fifth Amendment interests.
Oklahoma Supreme Court decides on state constitutional grounds that SOR is a punishment, cannot be applied retroactively.
Federal district court in Colorado, in as-applied challenge, declares Colorado's sex offender registry violative of Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments to U.S. Constitution.
10th Circuit decision affirming district court's determination that because government failed to introduce evidence on the point, law forbidding people on the registry from entering libraries was unconstitutional under the First Amendment.