The number of accused and convicted U.S. offenders who are monitored with ankle bracelets and other electronic tracking devices rose nearly 140 percent over 10 years, says a survey by The Pew Charitable Trusts. More than 125,000 people were supervised with the devices in 2015, up from 53,000 in 2005. All 50 states, the . . .
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