Is a ‘No Association’ Probation Condition Proper?

Are you or a loved one on probation or parole with a condition not to associate with others who you know or the loved one knows or has reason to know is, for example, a known drug user, known gang member, known to buy or sell counterfeit item, etc.?  Is such a condition tought to understand or follow?  What exactly does it mean that one “has reason to know?”  How can that be enforced?  Click on the following link to read about a recent case where such conditions were successfully challenged.

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