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US v. Riley, No. 08-50009

By FindLaw Staff on August 13, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

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

Appellate Information

Argued and Submitted March 12, 2009

Filed August 13, 2009


Opinion by Judge Berzon


For Appellant:

Kurt Mayer, Deputy Federal Public Defender, Los Angeles, CA

For Appellee:

Anne C. Gannon, Assistant United States Attorney, Santa Ana, CA

Thomas P. O'Brien, United States Attorney, Santa Ana, CA

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