Warning: A Criminal Charge Of Disorderly Conduct Is Not Just A Minor Legal Matter
The term “disorderly conduct” can encompass a wide variety of offenses, including the following:
- Fighting in public
- Unreasonable noisiness
- Disruption of a lawful assembly.
This criminal charge sometimes accompanies or replaces charges of public intoxication, defined as intoxication that:
- May have endangered one’s own life or someone else’s life
- Breached the peace
- Harassed someone
The fact that the disorderly conduct can mean so many things does not mean that such charges are minor. You may have been accused of this offense after you were in the wrong place at the right time. You may have a previously clean record and are shocked to be facing potentially harsh penalties. Yes, this is a serious matter. It is worth all your efforts to protect your clean record.
The defense attorneys at Hayes Law Office are equipped to help you pursue this worthy goal. Each of the lawyers has over 20 years of legal experience, with many successful case outcomes.
Don’t Leave Your Fate To Chance
Take back the reins of your life after an arrest on suspicion of disorderly conduct, public intoxication or assault and battery. Get an effective, dedicated defense attorney on your side by contacting the firm.