Utah Supreme Court opinion affirming that Appellant's due process rights were not violated when the parole board required him to complete a sex offender treatment program, where he was convicted of a non-sexual offense requiring registration and made statements in a presentence report indicating that sexual conduct was connected with the offense of conviction.
10th Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the dismissal of a constitutional challenge to registration as being time-barred.
Utah Supreme Court opinion finding that an out-of-state guilty plea in exchange for a withheld adjudication qualified as a conviction that required registration under Utah state law.
Utah Supreme Court holding that threat of revocation of supervision for failing to comply with polygraph requirements in treatment program implicated Fifth Amendment interests.
Utah Supreme Court opinion holding that publication of information related to "primary" and "secondary" targets implied that an individual was currently dangerous, and thus a hearing was required to comport with procedural Due Process.