Today at 1/17/19 the United States District Court will hear our arguments to declare the Nevada Lifetime Supervision law unconstitutional. The Honorable United States District Court Judge Richard Boulware will rule on our request. Attached is the complaint and the motions for summary judgement. It is expected that the Judge will receive the arguments and rule in a written opinion. At issue is whether the residency and movement restrictions imposed by the law are illegal.
Filed this Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, requesting declaratory relief, stating that Defendants cannot
retroactively apply movement and residency restrictions.
A amended complain was filed for injunctive and declaratory relief, and for damages. This was to address the unconstitutionality of Nevada Revised Statute (hereinafter “N.R.S.”) 213.1243 facially, as applied by Defendants.
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On March 28th, 2016 , Mr. Modafferi filed a Writ with the Nevada Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of Nevada’s lifetime supervision law. Six separate constitutional grounds were argued as a basis to declare the law unconstitutional. This Writ come after a district court in Las Vegas granted a six month stay in proceedings to file the challenge.