In a prosecution of defendant for possession of child pornography and marijuana wherein he was sentenced to thirty months' imprisonment and a lifetime term of supervised release, the district court's imposition of eight special conditions of supervised release is vacated and remanded as a lifetime limitation on internet use is a greater restraint of liberty than is reasonably necessary and a restriction on his association with minors is overbroad.
On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
Opinion Filed February 5, 2010
Opinion by Circuit Judge Fuentes
For Appellant: Ronald A. Krauss
For Appellee: Theodore B. Smith III