Boston Disorderly Conduct Attorney
Massachusetts Disorderly Conduct Laws
In Massachusetts disorderly conduct has very broad language, meaning that any situation could really be interpreted as disorderly conduct. The prosecution needs to prove that the defendant engaged in fighting, threatening, violent tumultuous behavior, or created a hazardous condition that served no legitimate purpose. The defendant’s disorderly conduct was reasonably likely to affect the public. And finally, the defendant’s disorderly conduct either intended or recklessly created a risk of public inconvenience or alarm.
Massachusetts Disorderly Conduct Lawyer
In Massachusetts, if you are convicted of a disorderly conduct charge, you face the maximum of a fine. However, most people who are charged with disorderly conduct also face more serious charges. Because the disorderly conduct law is so broad, anyone can really be charged with this crime. Being charged with disorderly conduct could also have a negative impact on your reputation, employment and life. Attorney Jason Chan has the experience to deal with your disorderly conduct case.
Call Attorney Jason Chan today at 508-808-8902 to talk about your disorderly case.