US v. Miller, No. 08-4278 - U.S. Third Circuit
U.S. Third Circuit - The FindLaw 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Summaries Blog

US v. Miller, No. 08-4278

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.    

Read US v. Miller, No. 08-4278

Appellate Information

On Appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania

Opinion Filed February 5, 2010

Judges

Before:  Sloviter, Fuentes and Smith, Circuit Judges

Opinion by Circuit Judge Fuentes

Counsel:

For Appellant: Ronald A. Krauss

For Appellee:  Theodore B. Smith III