Shoemake’s Request to Attend EDC Denied

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Nicholas Shoemake is facing a possible jail term of up to 21 years in prison if found guilty.

Guam – Nicholas Shoemake’s request to travel to the Electric Daisy Carnival or EDC this summer was denied.

 

Shoemake was in court today to fight for a motion to travel. Shoemake, his father Clifford Shoemake, and business partner Casey Conner are facing charges of medicare fraud involving the medical transport business they operated.

Nick Shoemake was seeking approval to travel to Las Vegas this June so that he can attend EDC which is an electronic dance festival that’s usually attended by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.

The prosecution opposed the motion noting that Shoemake is a flight risk.

Judge Joaquin Manibusan denied Shoemake’s request in District Court.