United States v. Rock, 863 F.3d 827 (D.C. Cir. 2017)
Nature of Case: Appeal of a federal criminal sentence for distribution of child pornography. Defendant-appellant raised several points of error on appeal, including two conditions that were imposed as a condition of his federal supervised release: (1) that he notify the United States Probation Office when he starts a new significant romantic relationship, as well as inform his romantic partner of his crime and (2) that he submit to penile plethysmograph testing.
Holding: Supervised release conditions vacated. Requirement that he notify USPO and romantic partner held void-for-vagueness and plethysmograph testing found to be violative of due process.