SUPERVISED RELEASE SPECIAL CONDITIONS MUST BE PRONOUNCED ORALLY IN COURT

By Dale Chappell United States v. Singletary, 984 F.3d 341 (4th Cir. 2021) A sex offender is handed numerous “special conditions” as part of supervised release, in addition to the “standard” conditions that apply to every offense. This includes residency restrictions, mandatory sex offender counseling, and lots of other burdens that could land that person […]