US v. Moran, No. 08-16987
In a firearm possession prosecution, the District Court's order setting the terms of Defendant's supervised release is affirmed where a defendant is not entitled to notice before a District Court may impose special conditions of supervised release to address a defendant's proclivity to sexual misconduct when the crime of conviction did not involve sexual activity.
Read US v. Moran, No. 08-16987
Filed July 1, 2009
Opinion by Judge Pryor
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