Marissa Alexander Could Be Thrown Back In Prison For Running Errands

Associated Press
Associated Press

The Florida mom who lost a controversial “Stand Your Ground” case after firing what she called a warning shot at her abusive husband might be thrown in prison again if a judge rules she violated the strict terms of her release.
Prosecutors claim that Marissa Alexander violated the terms of her November in-home detention by shopping for clothes, driving family members to the airport, going to the bank and running other errands, the Florida Times-Union reported.
Alexander, 33, who is preparing for her March retrial, claims through her lawyers that the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office signed off on every trip, according to CNN.
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