According to a written ruling issued on Tuesday,
the court in northeastern Girona absolved professional pianist
Laia Martin and her parents of both charges.
The trial this month caused a storm when prosecutors sought a
sentence of seven years. They later reduced this to 20 months.
Martin's upstairs neighbor, Sonia Bosom, complained that the
pianist practiced five days a week for eight hours at a sitting
between 2003 and 2007. The court said it found Bosom's claims
unreliable and exaggerated.
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