Retroactive application of SORNA or Megan's Law IV violates Ex Post Facto clauses of both federal and state constitutions. So, if you were sentenced prior to December 20, 2012 OR the alleged offense occurred prior to December 20, 2012 this decision applies to you.
This decision does not invalidate the current registration regime under SORNA for those convicted after December 20, 2012.
Although other challenges to the SORNA registration requirements may be pending.
There are a lot of individuals impacted and likely this process will take more than a few weeks. Another way is to file a suit against the Pennsylvania State Police.
The State Police would have to named as a party because they are responsible for updating and maintaining the database.
Therefore, it may not be considered as evidence against someone in a divorce or alimony/support action.