United States v. Eaglin, 913 F.3d 88 (2nd Cir. 2019)
Nature of Case: Appellant was convicted in 2012 of failing to register as a sex offender stemming from convictions in the early 2000s. District court imposed, as conditions of release, a near-categorical ban on internet access as well as a ban on adult pornography. Appellant sought to challenge these conditions as substantively unreasonable.
Holding: 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded for resentencing. The internet ban and prohibition on viewing or possessing adult pornography are substantively unreasonable when viewed in the context of the record below.