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DISORDERLY CONDUCT

Have you found yourself facing disorderly conduct in the state of Florida? A disorderly conduct charge can have serious consequences, affecting both your criminal record and personal reputation. At the law office of Frank P. Bianco, P.A., my commitment is unwavering in delivering strong legal representation to individuals facing disorderly conduct charges. I am here to help you understand your rights and options and build a strong defense strategy tailored to your case.

WHAT IS DISORDERLY CONDUCT IN FLORIDA?

A person commits the offense of Disorderly Conduct in Florida when:

1. The person commits an act that corrupts the public morals, outrages the
sense of public decency, or affects the peace and quiet of persons;
Or when,
2. The person engages in brawling or fighting.

PENALTIES FOR DISORDERLY CONDUCTION CONVICTION

Disorderly conduct in Florida can be a second-degree or first-degree misdemeanors. It is punishable by a maximum of:

  • 60 days to one year in jail
  • 12 months of probation
  • $1000.00 fine

If you or someone you know has been charged with disorderly conduct, contact the law office of Frank P. Bianco, P.A., for a free initial consultation.

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