The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that SORNA's registration requirements violate juvenile offender's due process rights.
Pennsylvania Courts continue to follow in line with U.S. Supreme Court decision in Alleyne.
Deportation is formal removal from the United States, which should not be confused with inadmissibility.
Court allows defendant's use of victim's social media account postings to refute allegations of rape despite Rape Shield Law.
Should we or shouldn't we retain an expert?
A provision of Megan's Law IV or the Sexual Offender Registration and Notification Act ("SORNA") that requires in person registration is unconstitutional.
In Alleyne v. United States, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that juries not judges should decide whether the facts that trigger mandatory sentences apply.
The new felony crime of corruption of minors passed in 2010 is not the same crime as the misdemeanor corruption for SORNA purposes.
Totality of circumstances deemed sufficient to override protections of 4th Amendment