District Court holding rejecting Full Faith and Credit Clause and Equal Protection arguments and holding, first, that Florida may require a new resident to register as a "sex offender" based on a crime committed in a state where the individual lived previously, even though a court in that state terminated that state's registration requirement and, second, that Florida is not required to purge or deny public access to prior registration records where an individual has left the state.
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.
Mississippi Supreme Court opinion affirming the trial court's denial of a petition to deregister under Mississippi state law, where the Appellant had not yet met the state statutory criteria for termination of his duty to register, and where the Full Faith and Credit clause did not mandate that Mississippi honor Massachusetts' determination that the Appellant no longer had to register in Massachusetts.
New York Appellate Division affirming the decision of a trial court dismissing an administrative appeal wherein a former New York resident was required to continue registering as a sex offender in New York.
Conviction for federal failure to register affirmed where Defendant-Appellant was not required to register as a sex offender under Tennessee state law, traveled internationally, then continued to not register on his return.
7th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming trial court's dismissal of civil rights lawsuit alleging violations of Full Faith and Credit, where Illinois required Appellant to register as a sex offender on the basis of an out-of-state offense where registration was not contemplated.