The actions you are talking about is generally called the offense of disorderly conduct. If charged with this get a lawyer you can face jail, fine and probation. A good lawyer may be able to eliminate these penalties for you. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation, I suggest you set one up.
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More information is needed. Like the citation. It could be an ordinance or it could be disorderly conduct 2C:33-2 a disorderly persons offense. The ordinance would be just a fine and no criminal record on your CCH but it is still a conviction. The DP could be handled many ways but there would be entries on his CCH.
You are probably facing jail time. But a good attorney can make a difference. Listen to the advice that Attorney H. Scott Aalsberg gave you and setup an in person consultation with an experienced criminal defense lawyer. The advice Attorney H. Scott Aalsberg has furnished to you is correct. You need to immediately protect your rights and hire a criminal defense lawyer. You face ruining your life if you do not obtain the best possible criminal defense attorney you can afford. You should not be restricted by geographic factors. Good luck.
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