Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
In an appeal challenging a condition of defendant's supervised release barring him from entering San Francisco without the prior approval of his probation officer, the appeal is dismissed where: 1) the condition was reasonably tied to the court's stated aims of rehabilitation and deterrence and was no more restrictive than reasonably necessary to serve those purposes; and 2) the language of defendant's plea agreement waiver encompassed the appeal, and the waiver was knowingly and voluntarily made given the circumstances surrounding the agreement.
Argued and Submitted July 13, 2009
Filed September 23, 2009
Opinion by Judge Clifton
Erika R. Frick
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