United States v. Belcher, No. 18–14240 (11th Cir. 2020)
Nature of Case: Appellant was convicted of a non-sexual offense, though had a past conviction for a sex offense. The district court modified terms of his supervision to require various conditions that were applied in cases of sex offenses, including various internet restrictions and monitoring requirements. Appellant sought review of the modification of his conditions of release.
Holding: 11th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the modification, finding that the district court was within its discretion to impose the conditions, and that Appellant’s arguments were either without merit, or that he had waived his objections to specific conditions that were imposed.