More often than not, disorderly conduct is charged as a misdemeanor. However, if the offense involved a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument, it may be charged as a felony.
A judge will typically decide whether or not the act complained of falls under the definition of disorderly conduct. Penalties usually consist of a fine, imprisonment, probation and/or a counseling requirement.
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The Glazer Law Office, PLLC can effectively evaluate the circumstances surrounding your case to create a solid defense to help you achieve the least severe sentence possible.
Take the time to meet with us and discuss your case. We offer free case consultations to inform you of your options and put your mind at ease.
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