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IN: Amendment bars sex offender from son’s school activities

A registered sex offender previously able to attend his son’s school activities per a trial court-granted request was denied that exception Monday when the Indiana Court of Appeals determined an amended statute barred him from entering school property. Full Article Article

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If the Indiana SC doesn’t overturn on expo facto, this will be a case to watch as I hope it reaches SCOTUS.

It’s IN within the 6th Circuit where these types of restrictions were already struck as punishment in Doe v Snyder? Understanding it isn’t binding on state courts but persuasive. Curious if it was used on appeal.


Indiana is in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, not the 6th where D vs S applies, but could persuade the 7th. (If I understand your question fully)


It could also be persuasive in state court, where this case was brought? Due to proximity of IN / MI I wondered if it were under the same Federal circuit and if it was argued in the state. I would assume (hope) this is appealed. We need more expo facto to reach SCOTUS. They can only deny the splits for so long. This is obviously punishment.


Yes, the D vs S 6th circuit decision could persuade in IN state court (just as a SCOTUS decision could).

People with brains always have to note that these criminal regimes are just fine with shooters in their schools. So I guess it’d be just fine if this guy only wanted to show up with a gun and start shooting people.

What happened to “Think of the Children” here?

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