Virginia Court of Appeals reversing trial court's imposition of general internet usage restriction as a condition of probation without articulating why such a condition would be narrowly tailored.
United States Supreme Court opinion holding unconstitutional a provision of federal law that mandated imprisonment for preponderance findings that new crimes had been committed while on supervised release.
8th Circuit opinion affirming imposition of social media-related restrictions for individual on federal supervised release.
2nd Circuit Court of Appeals decision reversing trial court imposing internet ban and prohibition on viewing pornography as substantively unreasonable conditions of federal supervised release.
New York Court of Appeals holding that Department of Corrections and Community Supervision complied with statutory duty to assist people convicted of sex offenses in obtaining housing that was compliant with New York's Sexual Assault Reform Act.
Third Circuit Court of Appeals, in context of revocation of Supervised Release, reversed imposition of lifetime internet use ban.
Indiana Supreme Court holding that requirement that person on supervision for sex offense obtain approval from probation officer to access internet was unreasonable.
Criminal appeal, federal supervised release conditions related to physiological testing and notifying about new romantic relationships vacated
D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals opinion reversing imposition of conditions of supervised release which, amongst others, prohibited defendant from using or possessing a computer or accessing any online service without prior approval.
Vermont Supreme Court reversal finding varied conditions of probation were overbroad and invalid.