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Criminal Practice – Ban on viewing sexually arousing materials is part of treatment plan (access required)

A condition of supervised release that requires a total ban on defendant’s viewing of any materials that sexually arouse him, including mainstream media like movies or advertisements, did not run afoul of 18 U.S.C. § 3583(d) because it was meant to keep him from recidivating and to treat his pornography addiction. The condition was supported ...

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