Mandatory Disclosure of Sexual History in Conjunction with a Treatment Program for a Convicted Sexual Offender as a Condition of Probation Struck Down

United States v. Antelope, 395 F.3d 1128 (9th Cir. 2005)

The courts continue to wrestle with the nature of the conditions that can be placed on sexual offenders who are permitted to return to the community.  An individual convicted of possessing child pornography after he ordered a child pornography video over the Internet was initially sentenced to five years probation....

Found in DMHL Volume 24 Issue 2