In Sheena K., we approved the Court of Appeal's reliance on the vagueness doctrine to order modification of a probation condition barring the probationer from associating with " ‘anyone disapproved of by probation.
66 Cal.App.4th 615 (Cal. Ct. App. 1998) Cited 383 times
Holding probation condition which prohibited defendant from involvement in gang activities, association with any gang members, or use of gang insignia, was unconstitutionally overbroad because it prohibited him from associating with persons not known to him to be gang members; but overbreadth was correctable by inserting a knowledge requirement in each prohibition
217 Cal.App.4th 1341 (Cal. Ct. App. 2013) Cited 230 times
In People v. Pirali (2013) 217 Cal.App.4th 1341, this court held that an adult probation condition barring the possession of "pornographic or sexually explicit materials as defined by the probation officer" was unconstitutionally vague because it used an "inherently subjective standard" to define the prohibited items.
Holding that a civil injunction forbidding gang members from publicly appearing with other gang members in a particular neighborhood did not implicate any associational protections of the First Amendment