You're not a juvenile anymore but an adult so I've changed the subject field.
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Disorderly Conduct requires a showing of a disturbance or a showing that you were so intoxicated that you were unable to care for yourself in public. You should consult privately with a criminal defense attorney to decide if you should fight the ticket or not. Disorderly conduct can be charged in many ways and I find that it is something that courts and attorneys do not exactly grasp what is disorderly and what is not. Disorderly conduct can be a jailable or non-jailable offense. Even if it is a non-jailable offense in your case it will still affect your record. Consult with an attorney.
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You need to speak to a criminal defense attorney quickly. Disorderly conduct is a minor misdemeanor if charged under the Ohio Revised Code, but could be more serious if there is a local ordinance at issue.
Take advantage of the chance to speak to a local attorney and evaluate your options.
Wesley C. Buchanan, Esq.