Tag: #ExPostFacto

Commonwealth v. Santana

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court thoroughly discussed an ex-post facto analysis and held that its decision in Muniz applies to offenders whose triggering offense occurred in another state. In Commonwealth v.

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Adams v. Pa. State Police

The Commonwealth Court rejected the petitioner’s application to declare that he was not required to register as a sex offender under SORNA I. The petitioner was placed on the original

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Commonwealth v. Carey

In Commonwealth v. Carey, the defendant appealed from the judgment of sentence following his convictions of PWID and related offenses. The defendant argued that the trial court erred when it

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State v. Brown

In State v. Brown, the New Jersey Supreme Court had to determine whether it is an ex post facto violation to subject a Megan’s Law registrant to a third-degree charge

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Commonwealth v. Lacombe

In a stunning turn of events, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Commonwealth v. Lacombe ruled that Subchapter I of SORNA is nonpunitive and, thus, applying it to individuals, who committed

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