Charles Murray was serving a term of probation after a 95 month prison sentence for child pornography. When he moved to another district in Pennsylvania, the new probation office told him he must submit to several, more strict conditions of probation thank those agreed upon in his original sentence. Murray challenged these additional conditions in court, but the judge supported probation. On appeal, the Appellate Court ordered the original conditions of probation be honored as the lower court did not satisfy the necessary conditions to deem these modifications necessary.

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