Episode 25 – Why GPS Monitoring Should Be 1 of the 7 Deadly Sins
Larry and Andy talk about the weeks issues and listener questions and comments.
- Utah sex offender laws being draconian
Why GPS monitoring should be 1 of the 7 deadly sins
A malfunction in the charging could land you in jail
No access to power? Could land you in jail.
Poor cell signal? Could result in being detained while proof is obtained
You could spend a week or more in jail for an unspecified violation
Spending time in jail, you could lose your job which can lead to loss of housing
The GPS.gov website sites a 16’ radius of accuracy in best conditions
“You can’t be an important and life-changing presence to some people without also being a joke and an embarrassment to others.”
4 thoughts on “Episode 25 – Why GPS Monitoring Should Be 1 of the 7 Deadly Sins”
Why not create a penal system that tries to reform people into better citizens (while not using brainwashing techniques) so “ex con” can reintegrate into society? Why does the US insist on punishment for virtually every crime?
The GPS SYSTEM is a money making gimmick for the Politicians,Parole,and Law Enforcement as away to protect society from heinous criminals,right? There is no evidence that this protects society at all but instead conveys to the public that any ex-con is an animal on a leash. How about all of the above wear the GPS SYSTEM AROUND THEIR NECKS AS A FASHION ACCESSORY. THE REAL CRIMINALS IN DISGUISE.
Does the state of Wisconsin take street time if you are revoked.
Honestly, I don’t understand your question