Disorderly conduct is a very vague law that police officers sometimes use to make an arrest that may have been without cause. A wide range of behavior could be considered disorderly conduct. Sometimes an officer might make an arrest for “disorderly conduct” simply because the officer was annoyed by the defendant. Virtually any socially offensive or disruptive conduct may be prosecuted as disorderly conduct.
An experienced criminal defense lawyer can work to examine all angles of your case and whether just cause was used in the arrest. Eleanor Duffy Cleary has experience dealing with disorderly conduct charges and can help you obtain the best outcome for your case. She might even be able to work with the prosecuting attorney in an effort to lower the charges against you or even get an outright dismissal of the charges.
The sooner you hire a defense lawyer to work for you the better chance you have of obtaining a positive outcome.
Don’t wait any longer. Give Ellen’s office a call today and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.