Thursday, September 27, 2012

Ruling could lead to change in sex offender monitoring - Columbia, South Carolina |

The state Supreme Court is working on a ruling that could allow some sex offenders to avoid mandatory lifetime GPS monitoring.
State law requires people convicted of first-degree criminal sexual conduct or lewd act on a child to fall under lifetime monitoring if they violate parole or probation.
A Greenville County woman is challenging that law after a probation violation forced her into wearing an ankle monitor for the rest of her life.

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