What is Disorderly Conduct in Denver County?
Disorderly Conduct is charged in Denver on the rich and poor, young and old. This broadly written law is used frequently when officers feel circumstances are unmanageable. I recently read a story about the 52 year old son of Robert Kennedy who was arrested for Disorderly Conduct for making too much noise at a party. In addition to making too much noise, there are four other ways a person can be charged with Disorderly Conduct, C.R.S. 18-9-106, in Denver or Arapahoe County. They include; making an offensive utterance or gesture, fighting, discharging a firearm in a public place, or by displaying a firearm or deadly weapon to cause alarm.