At the time, the 29-year-old was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and held on bond. On Tuesday morning of this week, November 13, Sullivan was re-jailed when he violated probation that they put him on from his original crime.
As of yesterday morning, Sullivan was still in prison.
Largo Probation Violation LawsProbation violation crimes occur for a variety of reasons, including the following:
- Refusing to pay different mandatory fines or restitution
- Traveling to different places or visiting specific people
- Never meeting with your probation officer
- Committing other illegal offenses or crimes
- Having illegal drugs in your possession
There are many people who are under community supervision every year. In fact, at the end of 2013, an estimated 4,751,400 adults were under community supervision.
If you live within the Clearwater area or any of the other areas across Florida, you have options if you have been accused of one of these serious crimes. At Musca Law, we want to serve you when you believe that you have been unfairly accused with a probation violation crime. It is essential to have a legal advocate on your side who understands the ins and outs of the law and can offer their assistance to you at this time to help you receive the best results. Our lawyers are waiting to serve you. Call us today at (800) 687-2522 for more information.
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Disclaimer: As members of the local Naples and broader Florida community, we hope everyone in our community is safe and protected. We cover the events included in this blog as a way to offer support to the victims in similar circumstances and to provide relief during these difficult times. However, this information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should speak with a trained legal professional for more information regarding your situation.