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Charged with Disorderly Conduct in Scottsdale?

Being charged with disorderly conduct is a serious legal problem. You will have to go to court to contest this charge, and will need the assistance of a Scottsdale criminal defense lawyer to help you. As disorderly conduct charges are most often based on the observation of a law enforcement officer, they are very subjective. One can be charged with this offense when it is considered that they were intentionally disturbing the “peace of the neighborhood”, making “unreasonable noise,” refusing to obey an order issued by a law enforcement officer related to public safety, or in a more serious felony charge recklessly handling, displaying or discharging a "deadly weapon or dangerous instrument." Due to the subjective nature, these charges can be filed against you based on a nothing more than differing opinions and ruffled feathers -- personal opinions that should never have seen the courtroom.

Scottsdale Lawyer for the Defense of Disorderly Conduct Charges

Nevertheless, once you are charged with this offense, you are facing the possibility of being convicted. If you are convicted, the fines and penalties can be steep. You may be ordered to mandated anger management courses or other types of treatment after being convicted of disorderly conduct. In felony cases, the fines are up to $2,500 and you may spend time in jail as part of your sentence.

If you have been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, it is vital to get legal representation that will fight to have the charges dismissed. At the Law Offices of Randall Craig, the legal team has successfully assisted countless individual get their disorderly conduct cases resolved. As these cases are generally based on subjective evidence, we are often successful in seeking to have the charges completely dismissed. If the case should actually be tried, you can rest assured that the attorney from the Law Offices of Randall Craig is a compelling trial attorney and has one of the best trial records in the state of Arizona.

Contact a Scottsdale Defense Attorney from the Law Offices of Randall Craig if you have been charged with disorderly conduct and want an aggressive defense lawyer to fight for you.