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What Are Josh Duggar’s Conditions For Supervised Release After Prison Time?

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Former TLC’s 19 Kids & Counting star Josh Duggar has been sentenced to 12.5 years (151 months) behind bars. This was revealed in his sentencing hearing on Wednesday, May 25. Other details about Josh’s future were revealed at this time. And when he is released from prison in more than a decade, he will have to follow specific conditions. Keep reading to get all of the details about his sentencing and what his conditions are.

Josh was arrested last spring for receiving and possessing child pornography. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s eldest son was found guilty in December. Now, he’s been sentenced. In addition to serving more than a decade behind bars, Josh will have to pay a $50,100 fine.

He will soon be transferred to a federal prison facility.

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However, his punishment won’t be coming to an end anytime soon. Even once he’s out of prison, he will have to follow many rules, according to Judge Brooks.

Josh Duggar’s ‘Special Conditions’

KNWAa local Arkansas news outlet, reported on the “special conditions” revealed during Josh Duggar’s sentencing hearing. For 20 years after he does his time, the Duggar son will have “supervised release.” During this time, he will adhere to “special conditions,” some of which the judge confirmed weren’t “typical.”

For one, Josh “shall have no unsupervised contact with minors.” If he’s going to attend an event with minors present, he must seek approval from the U.S. Probation Office beforehand. This includes Josh’s own seven children with his wife, Anna Duggar.

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Josh Duggar’s sentencing document reads:

“The defendant shall not possess, use, or have access to a computer or any other electronic device that has Internet or photograph storage capabilities without prior advance notice and approval of the U.S. Probation Office.”

He will have to pay for “internet monitoring software” on his government-approved devices. He’s also not allowed to access pornography of any kind, including adult videos.

If Josh is able, he must complete a s*x offense-specific treatment program. Polygraph testing is also a requirement.

If it is suspected that Josh Duggar might have broken any of the conditions of his release, he must present his “person, residence, place of employment, vehicles, papers, computers and any other electronic devices” in a timely manner.

He cannot use or distribute marijuana and other controlled substances.

So, do any of these “special conditions” surprise you? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. And come back to TV Shows Ace for more Josh Duggar updates.

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