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Criminal Defense Disturbing the Peace

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and criminal defense cases, there is no specific criminal charge called Disturbing the peace. assault crimes Instead, individuals who are deemed by a judge of Disturbing the peace are charged with the criminal charge of disorderly conduct. If you have been charged with disorderly conduct for disturbing the peace, you may have been accused of engaging in one of the following courses of conduct: playing loud music, fighting, bullying another student on school grounds, using offensive words in public, or knocking loudly in public places such as a hotel. Other behaviors may also constitute disturbing the peace and lead to a criminal defendant being found guilty of disorderly conduct. Typically these are activities which were done with the intent or desire by the accused to cause a disturbance.

The elements for disorderly conduct as it relates to disturbing the peace in criminal defense cases are as follows: First, that the accused intended to cause public inconvenience or alarm. And second, that he engaged in either fighting or some other purposeless behavior. Generally speaking these behaviors associated with disturbing the peace are small behaviors that result in unwanted charges that are left on your record. If you have been charged with any of the following violations, it is important to understand how these charges can affect you. violation of probation It is also important to discuss with a lawyer the details of the incident to help you receive the best results. Some details that will aid a lawyer in your defense include providing the location, time, place, and the exact words used. By contacting and hiring a lawyer, you will be able to better your case and avoid petty charges that affect your future. Contact the Chester County criminal defense team at the Law Offices of Kelly & Conte today.

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