What is Disturbing the Peace (Disorderly Conduct)?

Disturbing the Peace (Disorderly Conduct) – Disturbing the peace charges are usually brought when an individual engages in some form of disorderly conduct. Common examples of conduct that might result in these charges are: playing loud music, excessively loud noise, or fighting or threatening to fight in a public place.

Maximum Penalties: 90 days in jail and/or $500.00 in fines

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