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Disorderly Conduct

Recent Results:

2nd Degree Murder – Case Dismissed
Sexual Battery by a Law Enforcement Officer – Case Dismissed
Attempted Murder – Case Dismissed
DUI with Xanax – Case Dismissed
Trespass and Disorderly Intoxication – Case Dismissed
Battery – Case Dismissed
Felony Controlled Substance Possession – Case Dismissed
Driving Under the Influence – Case Dismissed
Grand Theft – Case Dismissed
Resisting Arrest With Violence – Case Dismissed
Battery (Domestic Violence) – Case Dismissed
Cannabis Possession – Case Dismissed
Reckless Driving – Case Dismissed
Assault – Case Dismissed
Arson 1st Degree – Case Dismissed
Racketeer/Conspire – Case Dismissed
Organized Fraud/50K+ – Case Dismissed
False Insurance Claim/100K – Case Dismissed
Grand Theft 1st Degree – Case Dismissed
Sexual Battery/Attempt – Case Dismissed

Miami Criminal Attorney Tips on Avoiding a Disorderly Charge

Avoid a Disorderly Charge This Holiday Season

Miami criminal defense attorneys are accustomed to receiving something of an avalanche of phone calls this time of year as revelers and New Years party-goers take to the streets. Many people are invariably arrested on the grounds of raucous behavior. Don’t allow yourself to be one of […]

First Time Arrest for Disorderly Conduct

Have you been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in the state of Florida? If so, you are going to need the legal guidance of a Miami criminal defense attorney.

Under the Florida Statute 877.03, disorderly conduct occurs when a person:

Commits any act that corrupts the morals of the public, outrages the sense of […]