The unusual restriction was upheld this week by a federal appeals court. When ____ ____ is released from prison this year, he can’t set foot in his home county, Baraga, while under the supervision of a probation officer.
____ was convicted of a sex crime in 2009. He has twice been returned to prison for violating conditions of supervised release.
____ admits that Baraga, a remote and sparsely populated area in the Upper Peninsula, isn’t a good place for him to deal with drug and alcohol problems. He said he doesn’t want to live there, but he objects to being banished for years. Full Article