6th Circuit Opinion holding that individual has no Procedural Due Process Right to challenge classification as a Sexual Predator where that designation is not material to state law.
Massachusetts SJC case holding that, at reclassification hearings, burden of proof is with the government to establish that current classification is correct.
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.
Massachusetts SJC holding that burden of proof to establish continued appropriateness of duty to register must remain with the government to comport with Due Process in classification proceedings.
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.
7th Circuit Case affirming dismissal of constitutional claims brought against Illinois' residence restrictions, inter alia, Ex Post Facto, Takings Clause, and both Substantive and Procedural Due Process arguments.
Civil lawsuit brought by person who moved to North Carolina and was told his Washington state misdemeanor conviction was "substantially similar" to registerable offense in North Carolina. Summary judgment granted for Plaintiff, finding that Procedural Due Process was violated.
5th Circuit case affirming lower court grant of summary judgment to city in re challenge ordinance restricting where those on the registry may reside based on due process and equal protection.
Eighth Circuit opinion reversing district court grant of judgment to group of registrant plaintiffs who filed suit alleging various constitutional violations as a result of Iowa statute imposing 2,000 foot residency restrictions.
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.