Computer Ban Unconstitutional For Possessor Of Child Pornography

The Second Circuit rejected the computer ban of a man convicted of possessing child pornography. The Second Circuit determined that this deprivation of his liberty exceeded the conditions of his supervised release.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the facts of Sofsky’s crime?
What did the Eastern District of New York determine?
What did the Second Circuit determine?
Are there any cases that the court examined in making their determination?
What is the significance of this ruling?


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