7th Circuit Case affirming dismissal of constitutional claims brought against Illinois' residence restrictions, inter alia, Ex Post Facto, Takings Clause, and both Substantive and Procedural Due Process arguments.
7th Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the dismissal of a civil rights suit alleging that Indiana infringed on Appellant's voting rights, where he was precluded from entering onto school property--the location of his polling place.
Illinois Supreme Court reversed trial court finding that state statute requiring registration of online identifiers was unconstitutional under the First Amendment.
Civil suit brought by registrants in Wisconsin challenging local residency restrictions. District Court found that the restrictions violated prohibition against ex post facto punishments and equal protection.
Seventh Circuit affirmed district court's grant of summary judgment on the basis of qualified immunity to state officials on monetary claims that state law which allowed for continued detention of plaintiff past his maximum release date due to inability to locate housing.
Indiana Supreme Court holding that, as applied and on state constitutional grounds, person convicted of sexual offense prior to enactment of registry could not be made to register without offending constitutional prohibitions on retrospective punishment.
Indiana Supreme Court opinion affirming trial court dismissal of charges against person required to register for violating statewide residence restrictions on state constitutional grounds.
Seventh Circuit affirming dismissal of habeas corpus petition by civilly committed individual who alleged, inter alia, that diagnoses of paraphilia and personality disorder NOS as well as failure to specifically find lack of volitional control by committing court violated constitutional rights.
Seventh Circuit Court of appeals affirming federal district court's denial of writ habeas corpus from petitioner who was civilly committed as SVP in Wisconsin on the basis of diagnoses of paraphilia NOS and antisocial personality disorder.
Indiana Supreme Court holding that application of Indiana's SORN to individual who had committed an out-of-state offense did not constitute an Ex Post Facto violation.