US v. Riley, No. 08-50009
Defendant's child pornography sentence is vacated in part, where a condition of defendant's supervised release stating that he could not access via computer any material that related to minors was overly broad, imposing a far greater deprivation of liberty than reasonably necessary to achieve the legitimate goals of supervised release.
Read US v. Riley, No. 08-50009
Argued and Submitted March 12, 2009
Filed August 13, 2009
Opinion by Judge Berzon
Kurt Mayer, Deputy Federal Public Defender, Los Angeles, CA
Anne C. Gannon, Assistant United States Attorney, Santa Ana, CA
Thomas P. O'Brien, United States Attorney, Santa Ana, CA
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