Oregon Court of Appeals ruling that "residence" means something more than a temporary shelter or jail cell, in finding the state's evidence legally insufficient to convict a defendant of railing to register.
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.
Washington Court of Appeals affirming conviction over Ex Post Facto challenge for failure to register where Defendant-Appellant was subject to weekly in-person registration requirements due to homelessness.
7th Circuit affirmation of lower court dismissal of civil rights class action brought by homeless people on the registry who were prevented from registering, then subsequently arrested and charged with failure to register offenses.
Federal civil rights challenge to Alabama's SORNA alleging various theories of unconstitutionality. District court held after bench trial that state law violated ex post facto in two respects: requiring weekly, dual in person check ins of homeless people on the registry as well as requiring dual application for travel permits.