10th Circuit opinion rejecting challenge to federal SORNA alleging violations of Ex Post Facto, nondelegation, and 10th Amendment.
Maine Supreme Judicial Court affirmed trial court dismissal of prosecution for failure to comply with 1999 amendments to state SORN law, pursuant to Ex Post Facto clause.
9th Circuit affirmed federal district court dismissal of habeas corpus petition, state court application of Smith v. Doe was not unreasonable in ex post facto challenge.
State court civil suit, Maryland Court of Appeals held SORN was violation of ex post facto punishments on state constitutional grounds.
Ohio Supreme Court found, on state constitutional grounds, that SORN as applied to defendant was a violation against prohibition on retroactive punishments.
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.
11th Circuit reversal of district court dismissal of lawsuit alleging residency restrictions in Miami-Dade county violated prohibitions on retroactive punishment.
Oklahoma Supreme Court decides on state constitutional grounds that SOR is a punishment, cannot be applied retroactively.
As-applied challenge to New Hampshire sex offender registration, alleging due process and ex post facto violations. NH Supreme Court found ex post facto violation, and required hearing to determine dangerousness as a remedy.
Alaska Supreme Court finds, on state constitutional grounds, that state sex offender registration scheme is punitive and cannot be applied retroactively.