Disorderly Conduct Defense

If you have been charged with disorderly conduct, the prosecutor believes you engaged in one or more of the following acts of socially offensive conduct:

  1. refusing or neglecting to support one's family
  2. common prostitution
  3. window peeping
  4. public intoxication that is endangering people, or causing a public disturbance
  5. indecent or obscene conduct in a public place
  6. vagrancy, public begging, loitering in a place of illegal business, including a house of ill fame or prostitution
  7. jostling or roughly crowding people unnecessarily in a public place

The possible penalty for such conduct (a misdemeanor) is up to 90 days in jail and/or $100 fine. Past convictions can complicate your situation as well.

Contact attorney Joseph Cross direct at (877) OWI-LAWS to learn what avenues of defense or plea bargain may be available to you. You can also complete our Free Online Case Review and Mr. Cross will contact you.

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