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Not Guilty Disorderly Conduct

Conflicting testimony by alleged victim leads to a not guilty verdict.

State's alleged victim was an older man that claimed a person had played music on many occasions while walking past his home late at night. During his testimony he was unable to pin point the date of the offense how he was able to see the person in the dark or accurately identify the perpetrator.

The court was unconvinced that the state was able to carry its burden of proof beyond a reasonable and found the client not guilty.

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