Case No. 2009-0088 State of Ohio v. George D. Williams

 

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03-01-2011

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Is Application of 'Adam Walsh Act' to Crime Committed Before Law Took Effect Unconstitutionally Retroactive?

Under U.S., Ohio Constitutions’ Bans Against Ex Post Facto Laws

State of Ohio v. George D. Williams, Case no. 2009-0088
12th District Court of Appeals (Warren County)

ISSUE: Does retroactive imposition of sex-offender registration requirements enacted in 2007 as part of the Ohio Adam Walsh Act (AWA) on offenders whose crimes were committed before the effective date of the AWA violate the ex post facto and due process clauses of the U.S. Constitution, and/or the provision of the Ohio Constitution prohibiting retroactive laws?
 
 
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00:00:32Katharine A. Szudy for George D. Williams
00:16:02Michael Greer for the state
00:24:56David M. Lieberman for the state
00:39:20Summation: Katharine A. Szudy for George D. Williams