California DUI Electronic Monitoring

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Drivers who are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) may be able to avoid jail time with a sentencing alternative such as electronic monitoring.  Electronic monitoring, also known as “house arrest,” involves having the California DUI offender wear an ankle or wrist bracelet that ‘electronically’ monitors the individual’s whereabouts.  This option is generally offered as a condition of probation and allows those convicted of a California drunk driving offense to avoid jail by limiting when and where they can go.  The device sends a signal to a computer either at the probation office or to a monitoring contractor.  The signal indicates whether or not the California DUI offender is in compliance with the terms of the house arrest. 

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