Federal trial court holding that Indiana's SORA was unconstitutional on the grounds that it infringed Plaintiffs' Right to Travel, denied them Equal Protection, and constituted an impermissible Ex Post Facto law.
Indiana Court of Appeals holding that change in laws that precluded father who was required to register as a sex offender from attending son's school activities was not unconstitutional as applied.
Eastern District of Tennessee federal trial court holding that 2014 amendment to Tennessee's SORA violated the Ex Post Facto clause.
Alaska Supreme Court Opinion finding, on statute constitutional grounds, that its sex offense registration scheme violated the prohibition on retroactive punishments.
Missouri Supreme Court opinion reversing a state trial court finding that Missouri's SORA violated as-applied ex post facto prohibitions.
Iowa Supreme Court Opinion affirming the conviction of Appellant who was charged with violating Internet Identifier reporting requirements over challenges based on Ex Post Facto Clause and First Amendment grounds.
10th Circuit opinion rejecting as-applied Ex Post Facto challenge to Oklahoma SORN.
Kansas Supreme Court opinion overruling decisions issued the same day, ultimately holding that the Kansas state SORN law was not sufficiently punitive so as to be subject to Ex Post Facto prohibitions.
Illinois Supreme Court holding that presence bans for people convicted of sex offenses was not unconstitutional.
District court for the Middle District of Alabama holding that various provisions of Alabama's SORN law did not violate constitutional provisions with two exceptions related to travel and homelessness.