United States Second Circuit

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US v. Browder, 16-1322

In a case involving violations of probation by a man convicted for possession of child pornography the court affirmed the imposition of computer monitoring because the condition was reasonable, but reversed a ruling that he violated probation by refusing to participate in treatment whose conditions included barring him from contacting his own children unless approved by the Probation Office since this was in conflict with the express condition of supervised release earlier ordered by the District Court.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2017/08/08




  • United States Second Circuit


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