There are some good wins in the federal circuits from last week, but I think that perhaps the most interesting is U.S. v. Malenya.
The case deals, primarily, with supervised release conditions. I’ve seen some odd supervised release conditions, but this one takes the cake:
You shall notify the U.S. Probation Office when you establish a significant romantic relationship, and shall then inform the other party of your prior criminal history concerning your sex offenses. You understand that you must notify the U.S. Probation Office of that significant other’s address, age, and where the individual may be contacted.