Accused persons who are released before being tried for a period of bail due to higher monthly fees for vendors when electronic surveillance is ordered. In a letter to other officials, he wrote that the case reveals a “disturbing disturbance” in which defendants can evade electronic detection if they do not pay surveillance fees. High-frequency electronic surveillance is a tracking device – usually an ankle bracelet – that sends a signal when the defendant leaves an authorized area, for example when he leaves his home. Electronic surveillance systems are used in Texas authorities defendants may be subject to electronic surveillance as part of their sentence or as a condition prior to their release on bail. Defendants who are released in the form of cashless bonds have nothing to do with the sellers, but pay a follow-up fee to the district that paid the sellers. Texas courts can order two types of electronic surveillance of defendants. However, the case focused on a two-step approach to electronic surveillance in Harris County. Electronic surveillance systems are often used on defendants who are not considered a threat. Walker was supervised by the Harris County Department of Community and Corrections Oversight because he was released on a cash bond. Teresa May, Director of the Harris County Department of Community and Correctional Oversight, said a local provider had broken his agreement with Harris County and was immediately fired instead of being a political vacuum. However, a recent case in which a private company took an ankle bracelet from an alleged capital murderer for non-payment to a possible non-payment in the system. He chose one of the companies, but an employee removed his device after accumulating $305 in leak money, meaning that he was no longer under electronic surveillance. According to a report published in the Texas Tribune, the Houston murder suspect was released on bail this summer.