Marzilli Given Early Exit from Jail

Former state Sen. Joseph “Jim” Marzilli is out of jail, outfitted with a GPS monitor, two months after pleading guilty to sexually-laden incidents in Lowell, reports the Boston Herald.

Marzilli, who declined to comment to the Herald when reached at his Arlington home, was released from the Billerica House of Correction on April 29 even though he was sentenced to three months behind bars on Feb. 21 for a 2008 spree during which he accosted four women over a four-hour period.

Marzilli must complete five years of probation along with sex offender treatment and other therapy, according to the Probation Department. He will not have to register as a sex offender. Marzilli has to wear the GPS device for one year, and must stay away from his victims.

He also will pay roughly $3,000 in victim’s assistance, GPS upkeep and probation department fees and complete 200 hours of community service.

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