The Pennsylvania Superior Court swatted away the defendant’s challenges to his registration obligations under Subchapter H of SORNA, 42 Pa.C.S. §§ 9799.10-9799.42. The defendant claimed that the registration requirements amounted to an illegal sentence and violated his rights to due process because they are impermissibly punitive, based on an irrebuttable false presumption, and do not require a finding of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. He also claimed that “it was illogical and contradictory” to sentence him to a term of registration as a sex offender simply because he was “likely to engage in predatory sexually violent offenses.” The Superior Court rejected each argument.