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What is Disorderly Conduct?

Disorderly conduct is considered a criminal offense under Illinois law. It is a broad term which encompasses various activities that are likely to cause other people alarm, anger, annoyance, or an increased likelihood to engage in an unlawful act.

If you were recently arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in Illinois, the Law Office of Steven Fine is ready to protect your rights and future. With more than two decades of experience, our Chicago criminal attorney understands what it takes to obtain the most favorable outcome possible for his clients. Do not risk fighting criminal charges without experienced and skilled legal help.

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Types of Disorderly Conduct Offenses

In Illinois, you may be arrested for disorderly conduct if you act in a manner which reasonably alarms or disturbs another person. This includes getting into an argument in public, being loud while out with friends, triggering a fire alarm or bomb alert under false pretenses, or even peeping at someone who has a reasonable expectation of privacy.

What are the Penalties for Disorderly Conduct?

Penalties for disorderly conduct vary based on the severity of the crime. The offense may be punishable by a maximum jail sentence of 30 days and a fine of up to $1,500, or a maximum prison sentence of 10 years and a fine of up to $2,500.

Call (312) 436-0638 to Begin Your Defense Today

Even a misdemeanor offense can result in serious penalties and a permanent mark on your criminal record. Attorney Fine has a thorough understanding of legal system from both sides of the courtroom, giving you an upper-hand if your case happens to go trial. We can investigate your arrest and collect evidence required to build a strong and personalize defense strategy for you.

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