Eleventh Circuit opinion holding that the continuing violation doctrine applies to required registrants' claims based on reputational injury and regular reporting requirements in challenge to constitutionality of sex offense registration law.
Supreme Court of Georgia opinion holding that two-year statute of limitations did not bar Appellant's registry challenge seeking prospective declaratory relief due to the recurring annual nature of the registration requirement imposed on Appellant.
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.
11th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion holding that a lawsuit challenging Florida's practice of publicly displaying the registration information of a plaintiff who no longer lived in the state was time bared.
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.
10th Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the dismissal of a constitutional challenge to registration as being time-barred.