Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
In an appeal from the district court's order revoking defendant's supervised release and imposing additional conditions on her release, the order is vacated in part where: 1) the restriction on associating with persons with misdemeanor convictions was not reasonably related to the risk that defendant would reoffend; and 2) there was insufficient evidence that repeatedly incarcerating defendant for desiring to maintain a relationship with her "life partner" would best serve the interests of rehabilitation or deterrence, or would afford greater protection to the public.
Argued and Submitted February 13, 2009
Filed February 1, 2010
Opinion by Judge Reinhardt
Fernando L. Cosio, Honolulu, HI
Florence T. Nakakuni, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Honolulu, HI
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