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
The six participating justices on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court actually agreed on something when they determined that sexual assault as defined under the Uniform Code of Military Justice is comparable
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court sustained the state police’s preliminary objections to a petition for review seeking declaratory and injunctive relief. The petitioner argued that the registration and reporting requirements under
An en banc panel of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court denied the petitioner’s application for removal from Pennsylvania’s sex offender registry. The petitioner challenged the application of Subchapter I of SORNA
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.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the defendant’s conviction for failure to comply with Subchapter I registration requirements. In 2011, the defendant pleaded to one count of abduction with sexual motivation
The Pennsylvania Superior Court issued an opinion regarding Megan’s Law III, sexually violent predators, SORNA I, Commonwealth v. Muniz, Commonwealth v. Neiman, and other related provisions. The opinion is best
The Pennsylvania Superior Court addressed an issue left open by Commonwealth v. Lacombe: Does Pennsylvania’s sexual offense registry violate a registrant’s right to reputation provided in the Pennsylvania Constitution? Here,