Disorderly conduct generally involves any type of act that is done in an unreasonable manner and both disturbs another person and provokes a breach of the peace. The disorderly conduct statute contains a number of subsections. Disorderly conduct may be a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the subsection charged. A person may be charged with disorderly conduct simply for acting in a disorderly manner. However disorderly conduct also includes, but is not limited to, the transmission of a false fire alarm, transmission of a false bomb threat, looking through a window with a lewd purpose, or making a false 911 call. A person charged with disorderly conduct should immediately consult the advice of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
No one wants to go to jail, wants to lose his or her license, or wants to perform community service. Experienced criminal attorneys are also mindful that clients would generally like to keep lawyer costs as low as possible, while receiving the best possible representation. So, such attorneys will tailor your representation to your particular circumstances and the results that you are trying to achieve.