There is a general principle that restrictions imposed as a condition of probation must be narrowly tailored to fit the danger or risk of the probationer in doing something. For example, a person on probation for DUI often has a probation condition that the person not drive with any measurable amount of alcohol in his or her blood. The condition cannot be overly broad, in other words. Can a judge impose a total ban on Internet use by a sex offender if his underlying offenses did not involve the use of the Internet? Click on the following link to find out.