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Jamie Erickson holds up a photo of Josselyn Bishop, with a copy of her name as it had been written by her in this January 2012 photo. Earlier that day in January, Damone Christopher Williams-Tillman was sentenced to life in prison for murdering her. Erickson is helping to pass a bill that would allow judges to order defendants to wear GPS tracking in order to enforce no-contact orders.

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