Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals opinion vacating lifetime supervised release conditions relating to employment where there was no connection between employment and the offense of conviction, but upholding two other conditions related to internet use and presence restrictions.
Illinois Supreme Court Opinion affirming a criminal conviction for entering a park as someone with a past sex offense conviction in order to retrieve their own child.
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.
Illinois Supreme Court holding that presence bans for people convicted of sex offenses was not unconstitutional.
Tenth Circuit affirming district court finding that City of Albuquerque's ban of people on the registry from entering city libraries was unconstitutional under First and Fourteenth Amendments.
Court of Appeals of Indiana holding that statute banning certain people required to register from school property did not include churches.
Missouri Supreme Court held that state constitutional prohibition against retrospective laws applied only to civil, not criminal laws, therefore presence restrictions applied to people on the registry could be constitutionally applied retroactively.
4th Circuit affirmation of district court finding that North Carolina presence restrictions were unconstitutional on First and Fourteenth Amendment grounds.
10th Circuit decision affirming district court's determination that because government failed to introduce evidence on the point, law forbidding people on the registry from entering libraries was unconstitutional under the First Amendment.