District of Idaho opinion granting a preliminary injunction preventing the state from forcing Plaintiffs to register as sex offenders based on Plaintiffs' pre-Lawrence v. Texas convictions for violating state Crime Against Nature statutes.
4th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion upholding conditions of supervised release prohibiting social network use without prior approval from a probation officer.
Missouri Supreme Court opinion affirming a conviction for residing within 1,000 feet of a school, holding that the distance measurements for Missouri's housing banishment laws are taken from property line to property line.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming a defendant's liability for the full amount of a victim's losses in a child pornography offense--regardless as to whether those losses were incurred prior to the defendant's conduct--as well as a condition of supervised release prohibiting the possession of adult pornography.
8th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion affirming Appellant's conviction for failing to register under federal law, rejecting challenges that his state law conviction should not have required registration, and that the federal definition for which offenses require registration was void for vagueness.
Federal district court in the Eastern District of Michigan dismissing broad constitutional challenge to federal SORNA.
Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan granting permanent injunction, prohibiting in total the enforcement of any of Michigan's sex offense registration scheme to anyone who had committed their offenses prior to 2011, as well as prohibiting the enforcement of numerous provisions to any persons required to register.
Indiana Court of Appeals finding that a statute that requires people compelled to register to submit information on vehicles they operate "on a regular basis" was not void for vagueness.
West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals opinion finding that state registration scheme was not vague, that a 10-25 year sentence for failing to provide a correct phone number pursuant to that scheme was not disproportionate, but that a recidivist life sentence enhancement did violate the 8th Amendment.
Federal trial court order denying motion to dismiss lawsuit regarding San Diego's residential banishment laws, alleging various constitutional violations.