The Supreme Judicial Court reinstated our client's pension, agreeing with our argument and overturning an Appeals Court decision. The case information is available here.
Eric Tennen argued that his client should be released from his indefinite, civil commitment. You can view the argument here. A decision is expected in about four months.
Supreme Judicial Court Rules in Favor of Plaintiff's in Lawsuit Against the Sex Offender Registry Board
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled in favor of our firm's clients in a lawsuit against the Sex Offender Registry Board. The ruling addressed several problems with the reclassification process.
The Court held that the Board had the burden of proving an offender must remain at his original level when he himself seeks to lower his classification level.
The Court also held that decisions on reclassification and termination must be made within a "reasonable" amount of time. A copy of the decision can be found here.
Here is my response to the Supreme Judicial Court regarding Wayne Chapman's case: Response.
Eric Tennen was interviewed for a story about sex offender living restrictions. You can see the video here.
Eric Tennen was interviewed to explain a procedural issue regarding registered sex offenders. The video can be found here.