Within 24 hours of VolusiaExposed.Com posting this article on October 14, 2016 – the Brevard Clerk of Court posted the October 10, 2016 decision from Judge Mahl denying Taylor’s motion – requesting that his sentence be modified. Judge Mahl’s decision had not been posted to the Clerk’s site prior to the publication of our original article. It’s not unusual for it to take several days for matters to post to the Clerk’s web page.
Brevard’s Best News has been relying heavily on Volusia Exposed to cover Brevard, and they don’t miss a beat. It was with their watchful eye that they were able to learn that former BCSO Correction’s Deputy Barre Taylor, through his undersigned council, is asking the courts to withhold adjudication on his sexual battery charge, for having sex with an inmate.
Please click on the picture below to read the motion, as well as a letter written to the court by Taylor.Share on Facebook