Federal district court opinion finding no constitutional violation with regard to Nebraska requiring juveniles adjudicated out of state and registered privately in their respective states to be placed on Nebraska's public registry upon moving there.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming a defendant's liability for the full amount of a victim's losses in a child pornography offense--regardless as to whether those losses were incurred prior to the defendant's conduct--as well as a condition of supervised release prohibiting the possession of adult pornography.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming Appellant's conviction for failing to register under federal law, rejecting challenges that his state law conviction should not have required registration, and that the federal definition for which offenses require registration was void for vagueness.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that the trial court did not abuse its discretion in imposing a variety of supervised release conditions on a defendant who was convicted of failing to register under federal law.
Missouri Court of Appeals opinion affirming the decision of a lower court that a Missouri resident was ineligble to seek removal from Missouri's sex offense registry despite his removal from Illinois' sex offense registry.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion finding that criminal sexual conduct and failure to register as a sex offender are both crimes involving moral turpitude for immigration removal purposes.
Missouri Court of Appeals opinion finding that offenses requiring registration under federal law would also require registration under state law, even if they are specifically exempted in the state's registration statute.
Missouri Court of Appeals opinion holding that the distance measurements for Missouri's housing banishment laws are taken from property line to property line.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that trial court's instructions on 'knowing' with respect to a federal failure to register offense were not in error and did not require that the jury disregard Appellant's mistake-of-fact defense.
Minnesota state district court finding that retroactive application of state's predatory offender statute violated the presumption against the retroactive application of laws.