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Robert E. Craven & Associates Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney

RI Defense Attorneys: Disorderly Conduct Lawyer

One of the most common crimes in Rhode Island is Disorderly Conduct.  While this may seem like a minor crime, a disorderly conduct arrest is something you must take very seriously.  Allow our attorneys to defend you so that your arrest for disorderly conduct doesn’t affect your future.

Disorderly Conduct, R.I. Gen. Law 11-45-1, is a broad statute that criminalizes various actions.  Most often, individuals are charged with disorderly conduct for acting in a violent manner or disturbing others by making loud and unreasonable noise.  Other actions that constitute disorderly conduct in RI include the use of offensive language that would provoke a violent reaction from others, obstructing a public way, interfering with a lawful meeting, or looking into the windows of others for a lascivious purpose.  A conviction for disorderly conduct can result in imprisonment for up to six (6) months and/or a fine of up to $500.

Disorderly Conduct is one of the most overcharged crimes in Rhode Island.  If you’ve been arrested for disorderly conduct in Rhode Island, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight for you.  While the disorderly conduct is broad, there are many defenses that we can raise on your behalf.  Our attorneys see these cases everyday, know the caselaw, and know how to beat a disorderly conduct charge.

We can successfully defend your case and will expunge the charge from your record for you!  Allow the disorderly conduct attorneys at Robert E. Craven & Associates who regularly defend these matters in Rhode Island courts to work for you!  Call our North Kingstown office today for a free consultation. 

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