Is a Juvenile Probation Condition of No Electronics Proper?

As one may appreciate, a judge can set conditions of probation that are designed to prevent the probationer from committing the same crime again and conditions that help educate or treat the probationer so that once probation ends, that person is able to more easily follow the law.  However, some probation conditions may seem arbitrary or unrelated to such objectives.  Is prohibiting a juvenile on probation from having any access to a cell phone, computer or tablet proper?  Click on the following link to read about a case that addressed this issue.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/is-a-juvenile-probation-condition-of-no-electronics-proper.html.

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