11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that lifetime computer restrictions for an individual on supervised release did not violate the First Amendment.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion reversing in part a lower court dismissal of a civil detainee who brought a lawsuit alleging violation of his Due Process rights in connection with his transport to a court hearing and detention in a jail.
Federal trial court opinion granting a motion for summary judgment, finding that the placement of Halloween signs on plaintiffs' property did not violate various constitutional rights.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that a lawsuit challenging Florida's practice of publicly displaying the registration information of a plaintiff who no longer lived in the state was time bared.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the denial of the lower court to allow an as-applied Ex Post Facto claim in a lawsuit over Miami-Dade's housing banishment laws.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming the district court's imposition of various computer-related restrictions of supervised release on an individual who was not on supervision for a sex offense, but had a past conviction for a sex offense.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals finding no ineffective assistance of counsel where, despite advice that plea agreement would not require registration as a sex offender, counsel could not have anticipated subsequent changes in the law.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion finding that civil commitment center's ban on committee's publication and subsequent page-limitations did not offend First Amendment rights.
Unpublished 11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming the district court dismissal of a constitutional challenge to Georgia's sex offense registry laws, alleging violations of the Ex Post Facto clause, Substantive Due Process, Equal Protection, and violations of the Eighth Amendment.
Georgia Supreme Court holding that lifetime GPS monitoring of individuals designated as sexually violent predators under state law is unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment.