David Bleeke v. State of Indiana, et al. - 11/13/12

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Tuesday  November 13, 2012 
11:00 AM  EST

11 a.m. 02A05-1201-PL-25. After the trial court granted summary judgment in favor of the State in this declaratory judgment action, Bleeke filed a notice of appeal. Among the questions presented in this appeal are: 1)whether designated Indiana Parole Board conditions of parole are void because they were not promulgated pursuant to Indiana Code section 11-13-3-4(b); 2) whether designated Indiana Parole Board conditions of parole are void because they were imposed without the Indiana Parole Board first making an individualized determination that the conditions were reasonably related to Bleeke's reintegration into the community and that the conditions were not unduly restrictive of Bleeke's fundamental rights; 3) whether designated Indiana Parole Board conditions of parole are unconstitutionally vague or overbroad; 4) whether Indiana Code sections 11-13-3-4(g) and 35-42-4-11 are facially overbroad; 5) whether the State's "Sex Offender Management and Monitoring Program" is unconstitutional; and 6) whether the trial court erred in not dismissing Bleeke's action against parties other than the Parole Board.

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