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Firm Sues GPS Vendor After Teen Injured By Stray Bullet

Simms Showers will represent the victim of a 2009 shooting by a repeat juvenile offender who was supposedly being tracked by an ankle monitoring device. The offender, who was under home detention, got into a fistfight in South Baltimore, left and then returned with a gun, firing into a crowded intersection. The then-six-year-old victim was hit in the head by a stray bullet while on her way home from the store, and now suffers from uncontrollable movements of her limbs and speech difficulties, and can’t walk or play with friends. The case is Brooks v. iSECUREtrac Corp., Case Number 1:12-cv-01721-MJG, in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. Read the full story online at the Baltimore Sun.

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