United States v Adams

Adams appealed one ground supporting the revocation of his supervised release arguing the government did not prove he failed to register as a sex offender. The panel affirmed holding registration is required for homeless offenders, Adams met with his probation officer in Tulsa after he was released form a facility in Oklahoma City and was told to register, he did not register in Tulsa and this was sufficient to prove he failed to update his registration within three business days of moving to Tulsa.