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GPS Monitoring Before Conviction
GPS Monitoring Before Conviction

In St. Johns County, a person accused of a misdemeanor domestic violence or a related offense may be required to wear a GPS monitor upon their release from jail and before they are found guilty of any crime. Not only is that person’s every move tracked, but he or she will ...

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Blog posts in Constitutional Rights

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  • Terminally Ill Inmate Released After 41 Years

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