Month: April 2012

Federal Supervised Release Conditions – Restrictions on Court Discretion

Federal Supervised Release Conditions Federal supervision is oftentimes misunderstood. What conditions can a court impose and what conditions are too much? This post is intended to clear the fog a bit using a case from Kentucky. This interesting case was decided by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this year. In part, the appeals …

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9th Circuit Restricts Computer Fraud Prosecutions

As reported by The Recorder, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has done much to narrow the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. In their article about this circuit decision, the Recorder reports that you cannot be criminally prosecuted for checking out Facebook or football scores at work. “We shouldn’t have to live …

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