Police arrested Shea when they discovered that he was once again using the Internet to violate his probation. Shea was questioned by police, who confessed that he was frequenting a variety of gaming sites. When confronted form the Marin County Sherriff’s Department, he admitted to having contact with minors and using profanity when communicating with them on those gaming sites. He also admitted using nicknames such as “Mr. Peepers” and “Cut-off Burrito.” He admitted that he had been borrowing friends and family member’s phones so that he could access the Internet.
Shea has been detained for a violation of probation
Hobe Sound Probation Violation LawsViolating probation, no matter what the crime, can leave a serious impact on your case. Once a Florida resident has been accused of a probation violation, their main step is to have probation reinstated or minimally modified. You could be re-arrested and charged once again, which can put you in a difficult position as you face the reality of prison and a vast variety of penalties once again. If you have been accused of probation violation in Florida, you have many rights under Florida law and we are here for you.
At Musca Law, we are fully committed to helping you receive results and obtaining your freedom once again. Our specialized attorneys who are skilled in obtaining case results in a wide variety of criminal cases can analyze the details of your probation and strategize against he charges you are currently facing. We have over 150 years of combined experience handling criminal defense cases and want to help you through every step of the criminal justice process. Contact us for the help you deserve at (800) 687-2252.
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