Anchorage Disorderly Conduct Attorneys
Arrested for Disorderly Conduct? We Can Fight Your Charges!
Disorderly conduct is often referred to as “disturbing the peace,”
where an individual or group of people are being disruptive, startling,
angering, being a general annoyance to the public, or lead to the possibility
of committing a crime. Law enforcement is quick to arrest anyone who may
be acting disorderly if one’s actions are affecting others.
It is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible if you
are facing charges of disorderly conduct. Our Anchorage criminal defense
Denali Law Group are well-versed in the laws and can use that to your advantage when forming
Disorderly Conduct Laws in Alaska
Many behaviors can constitute disorderly conduct charges in Alaska. It
extends to behaviors that may be considered offensive or obnoxious to
others, but not necessarily violent or malicious. Thus, this charge is
misdemeanor. If convicted, it may lead to as much as 90 days in jail, a fine of $2,
000, or a combination of the two.
Some examples of disorderly conduct:
- Starting a riot
- Being unreasonably loud or noisy
- Challenging another person to fight
- Refusing to comply with a police officer’s orders
- Behaving in a manner that disturbs someone’s peace or privacy
- Creating a situation that may be harmful or dangerous with no justification
Anchorage criminal defense attorneys, we understand full well the impact a criminal conviction can have on
your livelihood and your future. Although disorderly conduct may not be
as severe as other offenses, you may still face substantial penalties
that may leave a mark on your record and follow you for many years after.
Find Legal Guidance—Call Our Anchorage Defense Firm
Denali Law Group has
over 75 years of experience defending clients in a broad range of cases. We know that it can be frustrating
to face the overwhelming criminal justice system. As former prosecutors,
we have the insight and knowledge to level the playing field and help
you face the pressures head-on.
We are ready to defend you—schedule your
case consultation today.