January 11, 2013 16:49 ET
OMAHA, NE--(Marketwire - Jan 11, 2013) - iSECUREtrac Corp (OTCQB: ISEC) announced today that the lawsuit filed by Danielle Brooks against iSECUREtrac in June of 2012 was dismissed by the United States District Court for the District of Maryland this week. The Complaint contained allegations regarding, among other things, the design and performance of the Company's equipment. The Complaint was dismissed without prejudice and as such, the plaintiff does have the right to file an amended Complaint within 45 days.
According to Lincoln Zehr, Chief Executive Officer of iSECUREtrac, "We believe the plaintiff's Complaint was without merit and are obviously pleased with the Court's decision. I recognize that the circumstances surrounding the filing of this complaint are tragic. We must not lose sight of the fact that the Company's System 5000 product is a tracking device. It is a tool that is commonly used by community supervision agencies all across the United States to track the movements of monitored individuals through the use of global positioning satellites.
"I am confident in the design and performance of our equipment and confident the Company met its performance obligations to our customer, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services. We will continue to vigorously defend the Company against these or any allegations the plaintiff may choose to pursue in an amended complaint."
iSECUREtrac Corp provides technology solutions including electronic monitoring systems, remote alcohol monitoring, client management software and supplemental services for use in community supervision. The company's rich stream of reliable data concerning a client's location, movement and status better enables effective compliance management and positive behavior modification. Visit www.isecuretrac.com for more information.
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