Jul 062009
 
 July 6, 2009  Posted by  Court, Laws, Online, U.S.

Defendants in criminal proceedings are imposed conditions or restrictions when granted supervised release. Now with Internet crimes on the rise, United States (U.S.) courts are imposing the prohibition from accessing the Internet as condition of supervised release. The prohibition from accessing the Internet may be imposed as initial condition or may be added as modification of supervised release conditions. But, is this prohibition legal? and how does it fit federal sentencing guidelines? All those questions were answered by the IBLS INTERNET LAW specialists at ibls.com.

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