The use of electronic ankle monitoring devices has been used by the justice system since the early 80s. The devices are meant to be an alternative to bail for those arrested as they await trial. But according to one op-ed, in Chicago, these devices are often false and do nothing but make it harder for those to get back to a normal life. Author of the op-ed, 'Electronic Monitoring in Chicago Is Pervasive, Due to Sensationalist Crime Reporting,' Cathryn Crawford joined us to talk about the piece.