New concerns for an old writ. The relatively recent advent of sex offender registries has led to consequences in the habeas corpus context—and they may be more than collateral. In particular, are the restraints imposed on registered sex offenders severe enough to constitute custody for habeas jurisdiction? With a recent split among the federal circuit courts, this Article attempts to decipher which side of the split the Supreme Court will—and should—fall.
Katherine A. Mitchell,
Of What Consequence?: Sexual Offender Laws and Federal Habeas Relief,
75 U. Miami L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.miami.edu/umlr/vol75/iss1/6