CA11: Supervised release warrantless computer search condition isn’t limited to sex offenses

Defendant was convicted of aggravated child abuse, but not a sex offense, in state court, and that resulted in revocation of supervised release. The new sentence was 24 months confinement and 36 months supervised release. A warrantless computer search condition was imposed, and defendant objects and appeals. The warrantless reasonable suspicion computer search condition isn’t limited to sex offenders. It was within the district court’s discretion at sentencing. United States v. Dean, 2017 U.S. App. LEXIS 24345 (11th Cir. Dec. 1, 2017).

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