Fayette Co. Sheriff Kathy Witt spoke during a stalking awareness rally held in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, January, 05, 2010. A group of advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, who would like to see more changes to the stateÕs domestic violence laws, held the rally to broaden public awareness of stalking as a crime. The group also pledged support for a bill sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, named after Amanda Ross, who was allegedly killed by her former fiance in September outside of her Lexington home. The bill would give judges the option of ordering a global positioning system or GPS tracking device for the most dangerous people accused of stalking or trying to harm a loved onePhoto by Charles Bertram | Staff
Fayette Co. Sheriff Kathy Witt spoke during a stalking awareness rally held in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, January, 05, 2010. A group of advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, who would like to see more changes to the stateÕs domestic violence laws, held the rally to broaden public awareness of stalking as a crime. The group also pledged support for a bill sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, named after Amanda Ross, who was allegedly killed by her former fiance in September outside of her Lexington home. The bill would give judges the option of ordering a global positioning system or GPS tracking device for the most dangerous people accused of stalking or trying to harm a loved onePhoto by Charles Bertram | Staff
Fayette Co. Sheriff Kathy Witt spoke during a stalking awareness rally held in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, January, 05, 2010. A group of advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, who would like to see more changes to the stateÕs domestic violence laws, held the rally to broaden public awareness of stalking as a crime. The group also pledged support for a bill sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, named after Amanda Ross, who was allegedly killed by her former fiance in September outside of her Lexington home. The bill would give judges the option of ordering a global positioning system or GPS tracking device for the most dangerous people accused of stalking or trying to harm a loved onePhoto by Charles Bertram | Staff

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