Lawsuit Seeks Payback for Overcharged Parolees

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | November 4, 2004
A parolee's daily fees for an ankle monitoring device had been $3 a day, and paid for by the state, but now are $9 a day, to be paid by the parolee. In at least one case, the daily fee was $22. How, a lawsuit asks, could parolees be expected to make a fresh start when they were paying close to $300 a month for electronic monitoring?

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