Standing to Challenge Sex Offender Rule

Sept. 30 – SCOTUSblog

Professor Steven Schwinn authored column:

In Reynolds v. United States, the Court will consider a surprisingly narrow issue:  standing.  In particular, the case asks whether a sex offender who was convicted before SORNA’s enactment has standing to challenge the Attorney General’s rule that applies SORNA’s registration requirement to pre-enactment offenders.

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