Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct has sometimes been termed a "catch-all" charge because it is sometimes used to attempt to control a crowd that is not necessarily doing anything illegal or causing a danger to themselves or others. Disorderly conduct may be charged for a number of alleged behaviors, such as:

  • Being drunk in public
  • Fighting
  • Making unreasonable noises after having been asked to cease
  • Loitering in certain places
  • Disrupting a group of people who are assembled in a lawful manner

Disorderly conduct charges are most often misdemeanors. Regardless of whether you, one of your children or another loved one has been accused, you should take quick action by consulting with a disorderly conduct defense attorney. The attorneys at Dunham & Ingram, LLC, have handled many misdemeanor cases for clients in Gainesville, Ocala and throughout Florida, and they can help you too.

Choose An Experienced, Well-Respected Defense Lawyer

Being charged with a disorderly conduct crime means that the person in question allegedly disturbed the peace or interrupted or deprived others of their right to peace and quiet. If you or someone you love has been charged with disorderly conduct or disturbing the peace, get in touch with our team today. We can help you understand your rights and legal options.

When you hire us as your attorneys, we can explore all of the options available to you. This might include a dismissal of charges, a reduction of penalties or another type of outcome that is satisfactory to both sides. Contact Dunham & Ingram, LLC, today and schedule a free case evaluation by calling 352-433-1107. You can also email us your contact information.