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People v. Nachbar, 068135

Conditions of probation for conviction of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor more than three years younger, Pen. Code section 261.5(c), which direct that defendant may a) not have photographic equipment, b) not have toys, video games, or similar items that attract children, c) obtain approval of his residence from his probation officer, d) submit to warrantless and suspicionless searches of his computers and recordable media, are affirmed where: 1) defendant forfeited his challenges to the conditions regarding toys and residence approval because he did not object to them in the trial court; 2) his challenges to the remaining probation conditions lack merit; and 3) defendant's contention, that the trial court erred by requiring him to register as a sex offender 'for life' because he may someday obtain a certificate of rehabilitation that relieves him of the duty to continue registering, also lacks merit.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2016/10/05




  • California Court of Appeal