Spring Break Crimes

spring break crimes

Fort Myers is a destination for college kids on spring break. Unfortunately, some of them regularly get arrested in the process of having fun. Do not let your child's arrest ruin the rest of his or her life.

Alcohol or marijuana is generally involved in most arrests. One of the most common offenses is underage drinking or public intoxication. Sometimes the arrest can lead to additional charges like resisting arrest or battery on a law enforcement officer. An arrest can impact your child's future and our goal is to get the charges reduced, dropped and ultimately expunged.

Defending Students Against Criminal Charges

Do not let your child plead guilty to simply get it over with. A marijuana conviction will follow him or her for life and can make a difference in future job opportunities. A conviction for a phony identification, something as simple as a changed birthday, can result in a felony that will ruin your child's future.

Attorney Sean O'Halloran grew up here in Fort Myers and as a former prosecutor in Lee County, he knows the ins and outs of resolving student crime cases, so as to have the least impact on the student's future.

If you are a parent, call today for a free consultation. Our lawyers may be able to resolve the case without your child ever having to return to Fort Myers. We take all major credit cards, and a simple phone call may make the difference in your son's or daughter's future.