Disorderly Conduct Attorneys in Kenosha and Racine
Wisconsin Criminal Defense Lawyers for Dropping or Reducing Your Charges
If you have been charged with disorderly conduct in Racine or Kenosha, Wisconsin, it is possible that you are unsure how your actions were disorderly. The Wisconsin law defining disorderly conduct is broad. As such, it is essential that you have skilled legal representation to ensure that your charges were warranted. The experienced and aggressive attorneys at Renée E. Mura, S.C. will review the facts of your case and fight for you.
Disorderly Conduct Charges in Wisconsin Can Be Unwarranted. Have our Criminal Defense Attorneys Fighting For You
Our Kenosha criminal defense lawyers have extensive experience defending clients against disorderly conduct charges. Whether you displayed disorderly conduct or your actions were misinterpreted by the police, our criminal defense attorneys will utilize our wide expertise to build you a winning defense. Our attorneys will aggressively advocate for your interest at trial and before.
If your charge of disorderly conduct is one of several charges you are facing, the firm of Renée E. Mura S.C. can help. Our criminal defense lawyers are experienced in representing clients who face multiple charges. Our knowledgeable attorneys utilize their understanding of the criminal code and their familiarity with the system to obtain the best outcome possible for our clients.
If you’ve been charged with disorderly conduct in Wisconsin, contact the Kenosha criminal defense lawyers at Renée E. Mura S.C., who will aggressively fight to have the charges reduced or dropped.
Disorderly Conduct FAQs
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Q: What is disorderly conduct?
A: Disorderly conduct is when someone in a public or private place engages in violent, abusive, indecent, profane, boisterous, unreasonably loud or otherwise disorderly conduct under circumstances in which the conduct tends to cause or provoke a disturbance. - Wis. Stat. sect. 947.01.
Q: What types of actions constitute disorderly conduct?
A: Disorderly conduct covers several acts. It can include anything from playing music too loud after being asked to turn it down, to yelling obscenities. Any conduct which tends to cause or provoke a disturbance.
Q: What punishment could I receive for disorderly conduct?
A: A person could receive a Class B Misdemeanor which carries a penalty of up to 90 days in jail, a $1,000.00 fine, and, in some cases, both. A person could also receive a disorderly conduct citation, which is a non-criminal offense.