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Facing Disorderly Conduct/Resisting Arrest/Public Intox in Alabama. If found guilty what are the maximum penalties?

Montgomery, AL |
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The maximum penalties would include jail time and fines on each case. However, you are best served to discuss this with an attorney in your area.

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Each of those offenses are considered misdemeanors. There are 3 grades of misdemeanors - Class A up to 1 year in jail, Class B up to 6 months in jail, and Class C up to 90 days in jail. We also have violations which carry a maximum sentence of up to 30 days.

Disorderly Conduct is a Class B misdemeanor
Public Intoxication is a Violation
Resisting Arrest is a Class B Misdemeanor

I would suggest that you contact a lawyer who practices in the court where you are scheduled to appear. If you tell me the law enforcement agency that arrested you, I may be able to give you a better idea of the possible penalties you might be facing.

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