Sunday, August 18, 2019

Tenth Circuit Breviaries

Image result for computer banConditions of Release

A special condition of supervised release granting authority to the probation officer to decide whether and when the defendant may use computers and internet-access devices is impermissibly broad and an abuse of discretion in United States v. Blair.

Civil Rights

Prosecutors are not absolutely immune from liability for fabricating evidence during the preliminary investigation of a crime. For more information, and a fascinating (if disturbing) account of a wrongful conviction, read Bledsoe v. Vanderbilt.

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