Authorizing the court, as a condition of a defendant's pretrial release on a charge of violating a protective order or if the court suspends the sentence of a defendant convicted of failing to comply with relief granted in an interim protective order, a temporary protective order, or a final protective order, to order that the defendant be supervised by active electronic monitoring; requiring a defendant to pay fees for active electronic monitoring; and authorizing the court to exempt the defendant from the fees.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2016
|Date Posted||Document Name|
|2/11/2016||Text - First - Criminal Procedure - Domestic Violence - Active Electronic Monitoring (Amber's Law)|
( 5-202, 6-221 )
( 4-509 )
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