Jury instructions are the same in all counties within the state of Florida for criminal cases. They have been written by the Supreme Court of Florida and are the presumptive instructions, although courts will entertain special instructions upon the motion of a party.
The standard instructions can be found here: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/jury_instructions/instructions.shtml
Hopefully you are not relying on yourself for preparing for trial. You should really have a lawyer.
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I agree with my colleague above that criminal jury instructions are the same statewide. That being said, you really should consider retaining an attorney, if you are going to trial. Additionally, there are some pretty strong defenses legally to disorderly conduct. My firm offers free case consultations in criminal cases. Good luck.
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Jury instructions are available on the Florida Supreme Court's website, http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/jury_instruc... They are all the same for all courts, county and circuit.
Eric is correct you really do need to hire an attorney for this type of case. But in the mean time the site to look at is below.