Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wisconsin court says GPS monitor not punishment

A Wisconsin court has ruled that lifetime GPS monitoring is not punishment.

Paul Strubas writes for the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
Oh, I'm sure they suck. They might chafe. They could cause blisters. They will cramp your style, keep you out of swimming pools, cause a funny-looking bulge in your nylons, spoil your suntan, tether you to a power source for an hour a day.
They’ll subject you to derision — or worse. And they’re an enormous invasion of your privacy: Someone will always know where you are, and if you take off the monitor, they’ll come after you.
But a monitoring bracelet is not punishment. The state court of appeals says so.
 Read the full article here.

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