Been Charged Disorderly Conduct on my Privately owned property
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Sorry to hear about your wife and your unfortunate circumstances surrounding the events with the UPS driver. It sounds like you have a pretty good case that should be defended. I would recommend that you hire an attorney and fight the charge. I would have a better idea of an exact defense after reviewing the police report as it is all about the details in the report. I am not surprised that the UPS employee was not charged. I feel that it would be in your best interest to at the very least have a criminal defense attorney review your case and then you can decide from there.
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If this is a misdemeanor and you live in Prescott, you will probably have a pre-trial conference with Glenn A. Savona, the prosecutor for the City of Prescott. Otherwise, you will have a pre-trial conference with a county attorney. At the pre-trial conference, you will have an opportunity to discuss a plea agreement. I would suggest you either hire an attorney to represent you, which will probably cost more than $1,000. You can also represent yourself and see if the prosecutor will do a deferred prosecution agreement and do some counseling. If you decided to represent yourself, bring copies of your wife's death certificate and proof of your counseling (or a letter from your counselor---even better). Good luck.
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Jonathan A. Millet, Esq.
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Your circumstances are certainly unfortunate. However as to fighting the charge I would need to review the police reports and assess all sides of the story. You should seek counsel to assist you and work toward a favorable result.
Craig Orent, Esq. Orent Law Offices, PLC 11811 N. Tatum Blvd. Suite 3031 Phoenix, AZ 85028 480-656-7301 toll free: 866-749-6815 email: [email protected] web: http://www.orentlaw.com
Not sure what your question is, but you are allowed to threaten someone to stop a trespass to your property. Seems odd he just couldn't have given you your packages and then left.