Our client was arrested for Disorderly Conduct by the Maitland Police Department in Orange County, two different times, for allegedly playing his music too loud at his house. His neighbor complained that his music was affecting her use and enjoyment of her home. She indicated that she could not sleep and could hardly stand to be home because of the Client's music. Attorney Lindsey Gergely of the Umansky Law Firm represented the Client on both cases. In the first case Attorney Gergely convinced the State Attorney's Office to not file formal charges on the case. Attorney Gergely was able to convince the prosecutor that there was not enough evidence in the case. In the second Disorderly Conduct Case, approximately 6 months after the first, the Maitland Police Department mounted a more detailed case against the Defendant. This case included sworn statements from multiple neighbors. Due to the more detailed case and the Client's history with this offense, the State pursued the formal charge of Disorderly Conduct against the Client. Attorney Gergely filed a Motion to Dismiss citing that, even with the additional evidence, it still was not enough to prove the case against the Client. The Judge agreed and the case was dismissed against the client.

Being arrested for Disorderly Conduct can have many different charges and many different outcomes. If you're facing jail time and/or fines because of Disorderly Conduct, please contact the Orlando lawyers at The Umansky Law Firm today at (407)228-3838.

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