Lawyer for Disorderly Conduct
Charged with disturbing the peace?
In Washington, a person may be arrested for disorderly conduct if they are suspected of committing any of the following actions:
- Intentionally causing disruption at a lawful meeting without authority
- Speaking abusively and creating a risk of assault
- Intentionally blocking traffic without authority
Why You Need Legal Counsel for Your Misdemeanor
According to RCW 9A.84.030, conviction of disorderly conduct could result in misdemeanor penalties of at least a day in jail and fines of at least $250. While a day in jail and a small fine may not seem a big deal at first, there are additional consequences for having a misdemeanor on your record that the court does not impose, including:
- the loss of professional licenses
- ineligibility for certain government benefits
- difficulty getting hired
- keeping custody of your children
To avoid these penalties, you need seasoned and dedicated defense. Call my firm, Law Office of Lance R. Fryrear, to get a free consultation.
I have years of experience in criminal law and have more than 20,000 cases under my belt!
Disorderly Conduct While Publicly Intoxicated
While being drunk in public is not a crime in Washington, unless you are on public transportation, an officer may arrest an intoxicated person for disorderly conduct. Often times, police are very quick to arrest persons for disorderly conduct while they are intoxicated, even with very little provocation.
Schedule Your Free Case Evaluation Today!
To make sure that you have a tough defender in your corner, contact my office today. I will investigate your arrest to try and find any additional information that could allow your charges to be dismissed. My goal is to protect your future. Call my firm or fill out an online form today to get started!