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Legal Information: North Dakota
14-07.1-19. Release conditions
If an individual charged with or arrested for a crime involving domestic violence, including a violation of a domestic violence protection order under section 14-07.1-03 or an order prohibiting contact under section 14-07.1-13, is released from custody, a district or municipal court may require that electronic home detention or global positioning system monitoring be used for the individual as a condition of release.
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