Disorderly Conduct Attorneys in Latham, NY

Disorderly Conduct – New York Penal Law §240.20:

A person can commit Disorderly conduct in a number of ways, including getting into or threatening a fight, making lots of noise, using obscene language or gestures in public, disturbing an assembly or meeting, obstructing traffic, refusing to comply with a police order to disperse from a public place, or creating a hazardous condition that has no legitimate purpose. Disorderly conduct is a violation, punishable by up to fifteen days in jail and up to a $250 fine.

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