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California bill mandates sex offenders who remove GPS face time in jail

by GPS4US 2013-09-12 13:33

California legislatures recently sent a bill to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk that would require stricter penalties for sex offenders who are caught removing their GPS tracking devices.

The bill, which passed the state senate 39-0, mandates that such offenders be sentenced to six months in jail. According to the Associated Press, the bill was narrowed from its original version, which required offenders be sent back to state prison.

In an effort to stifle overcrowding, two years ago a bill was passed that sent parole violators to county jail instead of state prison. However, many offenders see little to no jail time because of overcrowding.


The bill, which was introduced by Ted Lieu of Torrence, Calif., received unanimous approval on Sept. 11. 

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