Cost of House Arrest?

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The cost of house arrest, using electronic monitoring devices, is about $10 a day in 2013. This is much less costly to judicial districts, of course, than the cost of keeping a person incarcerated. The incarceration costs include the feeding, housing, and on-site supervision of inmates. House arrest is an option only for defendants with no prior records of criminal activity and who are not likely to leave the area. Under the rules of house arrest, the defendant must remain in his home, except to attend work or school.
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