If you’ve been charged with a public intoxication or disorderly conduct crime, you need the experience of a Clay County criminal defense attorney. Both charges are more common than you might think.
It can be stressful having to worry about the consequences that you may face if you’re convicted. It’s important to get the legal help that you need so that you have someone by your side to make sure that you’re treated fairly and your rights are respected. Contact the experienced Clay County public intoxication and disorderly conduct defense attorneys at Arnold Law today.
How does the state of Florida define disorderly conduct?
Florida defines disorderly conduct as: “Whoever commits such acts as are of a nature to corrupt the public morals, or outrage the sense of public decency, or affect the peace and quiet of persons who may witness them, or engages in brawling or fighting, or engages in such conduct as to constitute a breach of the peace or disorderly conduct, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.” Disorderly conduct can include a variety of acts. A common example would be people who have a disagreement or fight in public. If you’ve been accused of disorderly conduct, it’s important to seek legal counsel right away.
How does the state of Florida define public intoxication?
Public intoxication or disorderly intoxication is defined in the following way in Florida: “No person in the state shall be intoxicated and endanger the safety of another person or property, and no person in the state shall be intoxicated or drink any alcoholic beverage in a public place or in or upon any public conveyance and cause a public disturbance. Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.”
In many situations, a disorderly intoxication charge accompanies a disorderly conduct charge. If you’ve been accused of committing disorderly intoxication, the disorderly intoxication attorneys at Arnold Law will stand up for your rights.
If convicted, what are some of the punishments that I may face?
Both disorderly conduct and disorderly intoxication convictions can change your life greatly. The following are some of the consequences that you may face.
- Costly fines
- Jail time
- Criminal record
A conviction may mean that you face a hard time finding future employment or housing. It’s important to get the help of a disorderly intoxication defense attorney as soon as possible so that you can limit your punishments and protect your future!
We can help!
Our attorneys have handle many disorderly conduct and disorderly intoxication cases. We can help you in the following ways:
- We will answer your questions and address your concerns
- We will stand up for your rights and make sure that you’re treated fairly
- We will build a strong defense
- We will work hard to limit the punishments that you may face.
Don’t sit back! We want to help you get your life back in control. Contact us as soon as possible. Where to get help
Get help now. The Clay County public intoxication and disorderly conduct defense attorneys at Arnold Law will stand by you throughout your case.