Chicago Disorderly Conduct Defense Attorney
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Disorderly conduct applies to a wide range of behavior. For example, under
720 ILCS 5/26-1, disorderly conduct includes an "act in such unreasonable
manner as to alarm or disturb another and to provoke a breach of the peace.”
Because this definition is so vague, you may end up charged with disorderly
conduct merely for offending someone.
Disorderly conduct is normally a Class C
misdemeanor, but you can be charged with a Class B or Class A misdemeanor, or even
a Class 4 or Class 3
felony, depending on the allegations. Additionally, all disorderly conduct charges
require 30-120 hours of community service if you are convicted.
Hallock Law Can Help You
When you are in need of experienced counsel, I can help. I am an experienced
Chicago criminal defense lawyer and I have spent my career assisting the innocently accused as they deal
with criminal charges, including disorderly conduct. I know what prosecutors
utilize as their evidence and am well equipped to combat any of their claims.
At Hallock Law, I always take my clients’ concerns into consideration.
I understand your position and I sympathize with the experience you are
currently enduring. This is why I give personal attention to your case,
fully understanding not just your case, but you and your desire for a
second opportunity. With me by your side, you can stand confident in a
court of law.
Contact Thomas C. Hallock if you need a skilled and committed disorderly conduct defense attorney