Jan. 23, 2022 – In re K.C. (2nd Dist., Div. 6, B319819)

The Court of Appeal holds that a juvenile probation condition prohibiting the minor from “engag[ing] in any unconsented sexual touching of any person” is not unconstitutionally vague. The court explains that a reasonable person would understand the condition to prohibit “unconsented touching of another person that involves any sexual connotation, either due to the parts of the body involved or [the minor’s] intent in touching the person.”