Under a Missouri bill, someone accused or convicted of domestic abuse could be required to wear an ankle monitor that would alert authorities and the victim if the alleged abuser is too close.
Under a Missouri bill, someone accused or convicted of domestic abuse could be required to wear an ankle monitor that would alert authorities and the victim if the alleged abuser is too close.
Under a Missouri bill, someone accused or convicted of domestic abuse could be required to wear an ankle monitor that would alert authorities and the victim if the alleged abuser is too close.

Missouri bill would allow electronic monitoring of domestic abuse defendants

April 28, 2017 02:49 PM

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