Disorderly conduct is basically an act that disturbs or alarms others. A person who commits disorderly conduct may do one of the following:
- Commit indecent exposure or conduct
- Engage in fighting or brawling
- Disturb a meeting or an assembly
- Engage in abusive, obscene, noisy, or boisterous conduct
- Engage in obscene, offensive, or abusive language that causes alarm, resentment, or anger in other people
In Minnesota, disorderly conduct is a common offense and it is one that requires very little for the prosecutor to bring charges. A conviction can result in up to 90 days in jail and $1,000 in fines. Contact a Duluth criminal lawyer to ensure the best resolution.
Contact a Disorderly Conduct Lawyer
If you have been accused of disorderly conduct, you need to be represented by an attorney who knows the law. You need someone who understands your situation and can use that understanding to create a solid defense. To find out how Poole Law Office PLLC can help you in your unique situation, call us at 218-461-0247 to schedule your free consultation, or fill out our contact form and someone from our office will contact you to discuss your case.
(The content on this page is for informational purposes only, shall not be used as legal advice, and is absolutely no substitute for contacting an attorney for help)