Disorderly Conduct describes behavior that disturbs the peace or endangers the safety of a community.
The following are some examples of Disorderly Conduct:
More often than not, disorderly conduct is charged as a misdemeanor. However, if the offense involved a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument, it may be charged as a felony.
A judge will typically decide whether or not the act complained of falls under the definition of disorderly conduct. Penalties usually consist of a fine, imprisonment, probation, and/or a counseling requirement.
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