Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct Criminal Defense in Phoenix, Arizona

In the state of Arizona, disorderly conduct is a common criminal charge that can carry significant criminal penalties. These charges can be brought in a variety of situations for a wide range of actions. Disorderly conduct is a class 1 misdemeanor that carries up to six months in jail and fines of up to $2,500. If a firearm or deadly weapon is involved, the charges will be increased to a felony and the penalties will increase accordingly.

At The Baker Law Firm, LLC, our attorneys can help you handle your disorderly conduct charges while protecting your rights during the process. Depending on the facts of your case, it may be possible to get your charges reduced or dismissed. Our lawyers have the experience and legal knowledge necessary to build a strong defense for your case.

Learn more about our criminal defense practice by contacting us at The Baker Law Firm, LLC in Phoenix, Arizona. Call toll free for an initial consultation at 602-842-0359 and discuss your situation with us as soon as possible.

Common Circumstances for Disorderly Conduct Charges

There are a number of situations where charges for disorderly conduct can be brought. These circumstances may include:

  • Using abusive or offensive language in public
  • Engaging in fighting or disruptive behavior
  • Misconduct involving a firearm
  • Domestic violence
  • Making a commotion designed to disrupt business
  • Refusing to leave the scene of a fire or other emergency

A fight with a spouse, a loud party or an argument that turns disruptive in public could all result in disorderly conduct charges. Police officers may also add disorderly conduct charges to other crimes.

Learn More About Your Rights After an Arrest

If you have been arrested for disorderly conduct or another misdemeanor in Arizona, contact The Baker Law Firm, LLC, in Phoenix, to learn more about your rights and your options. Call to schedule an initial consultation at 602-842-0359 and feel better about the direction of your case.