US v. STANFIELD, 03-3104
On remand, district court must 1) clarify the condition of probation restricting defendant's use of the internet, in response to his history of identity theft, even though he had not used the internet in the commission of those crimes, and 2) redetermine whether material requested by the defendant per FRCP rule 26.2 should have been produced.
- Argued 02/09/2004
- Decided 03/19/2004
- Published 03/19/2004
ROBERTS, Circuit Judge:, Before: EDWARDS, GARLAND, and ROBERTS, Circuit Judges.
Cheryl D. Stein, appointed by the court, argued the cause and filed the briefs for appellant., Arthur B. Spitzer was on the brief for amicus curiae American Civil Liberties Union of the National Capital Area in support of appellant.
David B. Goodhand, Assistant U.S. Attorney, argued the cause for appellee. With him on the brief were Roscoe C. Howard, Jr., U.S. Attorney, and John R. Fisher, Roy W. McLeese III, and Jay I. Bratt, Assistant U.S. Attorneys. Suzanne G. Curt, Assistant U.S. Attorney, entered an appearance.