Disorderly Conduct Attorneys
Helping Clients in St. Louis Restore Their Reputations
Disorderly conduct laws in the state of Missouri cover a wide range of seemingly unrelated, minor criminal offenses. Thousands of people are arrested in the city of St. Louis each year for disorderly conduct offenses, and although some criticize law enforcement for using these charges to deal with “annoying” suspects, a conviction can result in harsh penalties.
If you have been arrested for disorderly conduct, you need to take the charges against you seriously. Because disorderly conduct laws are broadly interpreted, you need the assistance of an experienced criminal defense lawyer. A skilled attorney can review the details of your case and determine a legal strategy that will establish your innocence.
Our legal professionals have the experience and resources that you need to fight your charges and restore your reputation. We will look at your case from all angles to see if your charges can be dropped or reduced.
Call (314) 334-3807 to get started on your defense strategy today.
Examples of Disorderly Conduct
The following are examples of disorderly conduct cases that we have helped clients overcome:
- Lewd or dissolute conduct in a public place
- Prostitution or soliciting sex for money
- Loitering on private property
- Squatting or living in a building without the owner’s permission
- Drunk in public
- Begging for money in a public place
- Engaging in lewd acts in a public restroom
- Using a camera or binoculars to look into a private structure
- Fighting or using offensive language in a public place
What Are the Penalties for Disorderly Conduct?
Penalties for disorderly conduct vary from case to case and are determined based on the following factors:
- The nature of the charges against the offender
- The age of offender
- A person’s criminal history
- The location of the offense
If you or a loved one are facing disorderly conduct charges, it can result in possible jail time and expensive fines. Additionally, a conviction for disorderly conduct will also appear on your criminal record, which will make it difficult for you to find gainful employment. Speak to the lawyers at our firm today to find out how we can defend your rights.
Talk to Our Legal Team
At The Hammer Law Firm, LLC, we are dedicated to helping clients in St. Louis with their criminal cases. If you need an experienced attorney to handle your case, we are here to serve you. We will guide you through the legal process and stand by your side to ensure your rights are fully protected. Let us get to work on your case today.
Call (314) 334-3807 to schedule a free consultation with our criminal defense lawyers in St. Louis.