Brevard County Disorderly Conduct defense Attorneys
Types of Disorderly Conduct
Generally, disorderly conduct is used to describe a 'breach of the peace' punishable as a second-degree misdemeanor. Police officers must decide in the moment if an act is of a nature to corrupt public morals, outrage the sense of public decency, or affect the peace and quiet of persons who may witness them.
Common forms of disorderly conduct include:
- Noise Ordinance Violations
- Public Drunkenness
- Fighting in Public
- Inappropriate Language
- Traffic/Roadway Blocking
It is not uncommon for there to be a lack of strong evidence in a disorderly conduct charge, and we can use this as well as an officer's statements and witness testimony to build a solid case in your defense. In the heat of the moment, you may have used strong words in public or to an officer, but by law, your first amendment rights are protected, and it is possible that your charges may be dismissed with the help of a skilled lawyer.
Kernan & Austin, LLC Disorderly Conduct Legal Counsel
At Kernan & Austin, LLC, we will build a case that takes into account every detail of your charge and make sure that your rights are protected. We have experience in all types of cases, whether you were charged at a loud party, arrested for fighting, using obscene language, or failed to disperse in a large crowd. No matter what the nature of your case is, we may be able to help you walk away from a disorderly conduct charge.
It is easy to see how an officer might be overzealous with these charges when annoyed, irritated, or can't think of another suitable offense to charge you with. Contact a Brevard County criminal defense attorney today if you are facing exaggerated disorderly conduct charges. An aggressive attorney from our firm will challenge the legitimacy of your 'threat' to the safety of others.
Contact a Brevard County Disorderly Conduct Attorney now for a tough defense.