Applying the intent-effects test, no ex post facto violation occurred when defendant committed the underlying offense in Illinois before Indiana’s definition of sex offender had been amended to include an obligation to register as a sex offender.
Forfeiture of a vehicle worth four times the amount of the maximum fine of the crime was excessive.
“[T]he rationale of Stanley v. Walker applies equally to reimbursements by government payers… The reduced amount is thus a probative, relevant measure of the reasonable value of the plaintiff’s medical care that the factfinder should consider.”
At the least, the trial court must give an inmate forty-five days to pay the partial filing fee.
Inmates had no private right of action to pursue wage claims against a privately owned company where they worked while inmates in the Indiana Department of Correction.