The Globe reports Mayor Menino wants the state to fork over $15 million for the costs of supervising all those drug suspects being freed thanks to former state employee Annie Dookhan.
Separately, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports a Suffolk Superior Court judge heard requests from 27 inmates who want out based on their Dookhanated cases. Eleven got stays pending more formal reviews - all will have to wear GPS devices and abide by curfews while out again.
Tomorrow, another 30 cases come up for review, the DA's office says.
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