Massachusetts High Court Rejects Idea That Gps Monitoring of All Defendants Convicted of a Sex Offense Is Reasonable

In this case, the Masschusetts High Court held that GPS monitoring of all defendants convicted of a sex offense is not reasonable as nothing showed the defendant posed a risk of reoffending. The High Court made this finding based on their State Constitution.

The case is Commonwealth v. Feliz, 481 Mass. 689, 119 N.E.3d 700, 2019 Mass. LEXIS 174, 2019 WL 1339199, Sup. Jud. Ct. Mass., (March 26, 2019).

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