The crime of disorderly conduct can be a tricky crime to deal with. According to section 877.03 Florida Statutes, disorderly conduct occurs when some breaches the peace by acting in a manner that corrupts the public morals, outrages the sense of public decency, or affects the peace and quite of anyone who may witness them. This includes acts of violence, brawling or fighting.
Disorderly conduct is a second-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to 60 days in jail and a $500.00 fine.
People charged with disorderly conduct do not tend to be hardened criminals. Most of the time they are individuals having a bad day dealing with the potential consequences of making a bad decision. Despite being a less serious crime, the crime of disorderly conduct should not be taken lightly as there are still harsh consequences one faces when charged with this crime, it is imperative to seek the help of a Miami criminal defense attorney that will ensure your rights are protected.
Led by attorney Daniel Izquierdo, the Izquierdo Law Firm will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected. I understand that any person charged with a crime is innocent until they are proven guilty. Izquierdo Law Firm will seek justice in your case and do so in an Aggressive, Personalized and Compassionate manner.
No matter how severe the charge may be, the consequences that may result are serious–both in the short term and long term. Izquierdo Law Firm, a Miami Criminal Defense Law Firm, understands the stress that this can cause a person and their loved ones.
If you or someone you love has been charged with disorderly conduct, contact Izquierdo Law Firm at (305)707-7345 to schedule a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION.