Disorderly Conduct Dismissed – 47th District Court – Farmington Lawyer
Our client was charged with disorderly conduct drunk in public after his ex girlfriend called the cops on him. The matter was heard at the 47th District Court in Farmington. Farmington lawyer Aaron J. Boria won the case with a dismissal.
If you have been charged with a criminal charge in Farmington’s 47th District Court call criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria at (734) 453-7806. Boria goes above and beyond for his client’s in order to obtain results other lawyers simply cannot.
Drunk and Disorderly Conduct
Our client was out with some friends at the bar. He was drinking, and he ran into some of his ex girl friend’s friends. They got to talking and he decided it might be a good idea for him to go talk to her. (I’m sure we can all relate to some poor decision like this at one point or another)
Our client drove over to his ex girlfriends house. When he got there it was late and she may or may not have been asleep. According to the police report he was banging making noise.
The police were called and when they showed up our client was arrested for disorderly conduct drunk in public. He spent the night in the Farmington Hills Police Jail.
47th District Court – Farmington Hills
The 47th District Court is located in Farmington Hills Michigan right off of Orchard Lake Road and has jurisdiction over both Farmington and Farmington Hills.
The 47th District Court has two judges, Judge Marla Parker, and Judge James Brady.
This particular case was heard by Judge James Brady.
After evaluating the case we decided to set the matter for a trial as part of our strategy. As expected, when the day of trial came around the prosecuting attorney could not proceed and the case was dismissed.
Our client was facing 93 days in jail for his offense in addition to substantial fines and costs. Additionally, he was facing up to two years on probation that would have included drug and alcohol testing as well as drug and alcohol education, as well as community service.
He did not get any of these things. Instead our client walked out of the 47th District Court a free man.
If you have been charged with a crime out of the 47th District Court call Farmington lawyer, Aaron J. Boria. We provide representation above and beyond that of other criminal defense attorneys. For that reason we only take a limited number of cases per month in order to make sure that each person gets the best representation possible. This office is not a plea factory like so many others.
Call (734) 453-7806 today to speak with criminal lawyer Boria or send an email to email@example.com to have your case evaluated.