Disorderly Conduct

People can lose their composure for reasons entirely outside their control, for example, an encounter with an unreasonable individual at a bar, and the situation can escalate to the point that someone is arrested, charged or otherwise finds him/herself with a criminal complaint for Disorderly Conduct.  In such a situation, our office has the knowledge and experience to protect your rights and freedom, call us today, 732-377-2005.
A conviction for Disorderly Conduct under N.J.S.A. 2C:33-2 results in criminal record and exposure to up to six (6) months in jail. Having an experienced attorney can minimize the risks associated with this charge and our criminal defense law firm, the Law Office of Jennifer L. Marshall, LLC can assist you. We defend people who are arrested or charged with Disorderly Conduct statewide. Contact our office today for a free consultation.

Call us today, 732-377-2005.