US v. Daniels, 07-50242
Sentence for possessing child pornography is affirmed in part and vacated and remanded in part where: 1) a lifetime term of supervised release agreed to by defendant in his plea agreement was reasonable; 2) remand was required to determine whether a written condition of release requiring physiological testing conflicted with an oral pronouncement requiring psychological testing; and 3) other terms of the supervised release agreement were reasonable.
- Argued 03/06/2008
- Submitted 03/06/2008
- Decided 08/29/2008
- Published 08/29/2008
WALLACE, Circuit Judge:, Before: J. CLIFFORD WALLACE, RONALD M. GOULD, and SANDRA S. IKUTA, Circuit Judges.
United States Ninth Circuit
Sean K. Kennedy, Federal Public Defender, and Kathryn A. Young, Deputy Federal Public Defender, Los Angeles, CA, for the defendant-appellant., Thomas P. O'Brien, United States Attorney, Christine C. Ewell and Joseph N. Akrotirianakis, Assistant United States Attorneys, Los Angeles, CA, for the plaintiff-appellee.