MI – Strikes down SORNA

The Court finds that the Plaintiff has sufficiently demonstrated a liberty interest
recognized by the United States Constitution which is deserving of minimal due process
protection, because of the damage to reputation as a labeled sex offender, coupled with
the burden and duty of continuing registration obligations over a course of years. Because the SORA does not provide notice to registrants or an opportunity to be heard,
it is struck down as an unconstitutional denial of due process afforded under the
Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

MI – Challenge to SORNA


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