My son was charged with disorderly conduct for defending himself against a bully that put his friend in the hospital last weekend. When the police arrived the officers told my son and his friend, that my son would be in no trouble. Then the officer from that incident showed up and said he was charging my son because he took his phone out of his pocket and didn't call the police, therefor committing to the fight. My son was not there for the first incident yet the officer said he was charging him as he dealt with same boys two weeks in a row. The part I am really baffled about is that he told my son, father, brother and myself that if he wanted to fight do it in his garage all he wanted and he wouldn't interfere. This seems egregious is there recourse?