Texas federal trial court finding that changes in the law mandating registration subsequent to a plea agreement where registration was not contemplated did not violate contractual Due Process rights, and that the claims were time barred.
Federal trial court for the Eastern District of Tennessee denying Petitioner's heabeas corpus motion to vacate her guilty plea where state of Tennessee required her registration as a sex offender despite federal law not requiring her to do so.
Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals opinion vacating the guilty plea of the Petitioner who pled guilty as a juvenile to an offense that did not require registration at the time of his plea, but subsequently required registration.
Indiana Court of Appeals holding that actions of state Dep't of Corrections did not violate right of jury trial in regards to registration.
Second Circuit opinion holding that amendments to New York state's SORN law did not offend various constitutional prohibitions nor constitute breach of plea agreement.
Virginia Supreme Court opinion holding that subsequent changes to state law reclassifying plaintiff's offense as "sexually violent" did not breach provisions or plea agreement or constitutional protections.