J.I. v. New Jersey State Parole Board, 155 A.3d 1008 (N.J. 2017)
Nature of Case: Appellant, a registrant in New Jersey, was subject to Community Supervision for Life under state law–a form of supervision. Parole board imposed ban on appellant using any internet capable device, which was affirmed by intermediate appellate court.
Holding: NJ Supreme Court reversed, finding that the condition was unduly burdensome, and that appellant was entitled to a hearing.
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