Oral arguments were heard in my case on Wednesday, October 10, 2018. It seemed to go very well for me and bad for the state. Many questions were asked by the Justices of the Georgia Supreme Court, and it was evident that they took a dim view of the whole ankle monitoring thing and the state’s ability to do this with persons whose sentences have expired, who are no longer on probation or parole.
As important as this case is to civil libertarian organizations such as the ACLU, Southern Center for Human Rights, and to NARSOL itself, I got absolutely no support of any kind from anybody. Thanks.