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Colorado Disorderly Conduct, C.R.S. 18-9-106

Disorderly Conduct, C.R.S. 18-9-106, is a crime that can be occur in many different ways. Whether in Arapahoe, Jefferson, Denver, Adams, or Douglas County, Disorderly Conduct charges can be any one of five different types of law violations. For instance, you could make an offensive statement which is meant to incite an immediate breach of the peace (also called "fighting words"); someone could make an unreasonable amount of noise; the crime also takes place when someone fights with another person in a public place. The final two ways of violating this law are to discharge a firearm in public or to brandish a deadly weapon in a manner that is intended to alarm another person.

I am regularly asked whether someone needs to hire a Criminal Defense attorney in the Denver area when they are charged with Disorderly Conduct. My answer is always, YES. This misdemeanor criminal offense in Broomfield and Boulder County can have a variety of punishments and impact your future. For instance, the charge could be a class 1 petty offense, a class 3 misdemeanor, or even a class 2 misdemeanor. The punishments range from a fifty dollar fine to a year in jail. Whenever jail and high fines are a potential outcome to a case, it is imperative to have a competent criminal defense lawyer working hard for you.

Disorderly Conduct charges in Denver, Lakewood, Aurora, or Thornton can have a devastating impact upon your career and family. Going to jail for up to a year can cost you your job, your home, your future. People can lose their homes because they are in jail and cannot pay for the mortgage. The fines can also have an unfortunate outcome on you and your family. When you are found guilty of Disorderly Conduct and are fined, those fines and probation costs could total more than $1,000.00. Not many people have that amount of money lying around ready to be paid to the state or local government.

As a criminal defense attorney in the Denver metro area, we devote all the resources at our disposal to give you the best outcome possible. The government is not there to protect your rights. Instead, they are a part of the case to help facilitate your punishment for a crime that you may not have even committed. Instead of trying to navigate the difficulties of the law on your own, our experienced attorneys are here to protect you. So if you or someone you care about is charged with a Disorderly Conduct based crime anywhere in Colorado, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and call us at 303-731-0719. Together we can protect your future.

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