Reply To: PA’s high court rules retroactive SORNA violates constitution

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terry brunson

r Pennsylvania Petition of Writ of Certiorari from AG Freed of Cumberland County will be turned down just like Michigan- Indiana – Ohio – Alaska – Maryland – was. Do you know that less than 1% make it to the SCOTUS for review decision?

Kentucky mad it on their FACEBOOK case – but that was a normal appeal and not a Certiorari REVIEW.

The PASC did give Freed a stay – but it was only to give Harrisburg time to make some kind of fix to Megan’s Law. . .

But the only problem is Megan’s Law was to expire 20 December 2012 when SORNA took effect. If Harrisburg makes a new Megan’s Law – it too cannot be applied retroactively under the Pennsylvania Constitution Article 1 Section 17 which is what MUNIZ decision was all about (Ex Post Facto)

There will be no Megan’s Law to revert back to. . . . . . . for those offenses committed before the date that they make a new Megan’s Law. . . . . . . . . . . . PA. is in a fix on this one. . . . . . . . . . .