Seventh Circuit opinion holding that Indiana law requiring individuals convicted of sex offenses pre-enactment to register due to existing registration obligations elsewhere did not violate equal protection.
Indiana Court of Appeals opinion affirming trial court's denial of Plaintiff's ex post facto challenge which sought removal from Indiana's registry where Plaintiff's 30 year-old out-of-state conviction pre-existed the relevant statutes requiring registration.
7th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that Indiana's practice of requiring registration of individuals who committed offenses prior to the enactment of their registration law, but moved to Indiana subsequent to the enactment of the law, does not violate the constitutional right to travel.
Court of Appeals of Indiana reversing a trial court dismissal of a petition for removal from Indiana's sex offense registry on the basis that the trial court erroneously concluded that it lacked subject matter jurisdiction.
Indiana Court of Appeals finding that a statute that requires people compelled to register to submit information on vehicles they operate "on a regular basis" was not void for vagueness.
Indiana Court of Appeals reversing trial court ordering Appellant to register as a sex offender when the Indiana legislature had not specified his crime as one which carries registration as a possible consequence.
Federal trial court dismissing request to reduce registration time under federal SORNA on the basis that the court lacks subject matter jurisdiction, and that the federal statute does not create a private right of action.
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.
7th Circuit Court of Appeals holding that Indiana's treatment program for people incarcerated for a sex offense violated the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Indiana Supreme Court holding that requirement that person on supervision for sex offense obtain approval from probation officer to access internet was unreasonable.