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CASE ENTRY

United States v. Eaglin

Banning people from using the internet is tantamount to exiling them from society, says the Second Circuit. So if the district court is going to impose that (as well as a ban on viewing legal porn) as a condition of supervised release, the court needs to explain how such a drastic measure is necessary to meet the goals of sentencing. Which it wasn’t in the case at hand, even for a sex offender.


Tags: 2019, Criminal Sexual Activity, Second Circuit, Sentencing

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