Source: wfyi.org 8/24/21
A federal appeals court said Indiana’s sex offender registry law does not violate the U.S. Constitution, overturning previous rulings.
Indiana’s sex offender registry law does not require offenders to register if they were convicted before it was created in the 1990s.
But it does require offenders who move to Indiana to register if they were registered in another state, even if their conviction came before Indiana’s law was created.
A few offenders who came from other states sued, arguing they were treated differently than offenders who’d always lived in Indiana.
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Anybody have a link or a citation for this case? Thanks.