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Defending Against Disorderly Conduct Charges

Actions that can be charged as disorderly conduct are diverse in nature; regardless, they are all generally considered to be disruptive and dangerous. For instance, disorderly conduct charges may be filed against any person suspected of anything as serious as rioting or as simple as pointing a laser pointer under the wrong circumstances. With so many acts falling under the broader umbrella of disorderly conduct, it is sometimes utilized by police officers as a generalized charge for any offenses they believe to be inappropriate or disruptive.

Potential Penalties of a Disorderly Conduct Conviction

Though the particular offense that you may have been charged with may not seem very serious in and of itself, a disorderly conduct conviction will likely have a direct impact upon your life. In the short term, you may possible face the following consequences of a conviction:

  • Substantial fines
  • Community service
  • Jail time

However, in the long term, the consequences of these charges may severely impair your ability to secure certain forms of employment, enter into a lease agreement, or even apply for certain loans.

Consult with a Houston Disorderly Conduct Attorney

Our Houston disorderly conduct attorneys understand how damaging a conviction upon these charges has the potential to be; to protect your future, our Houston legal team can help you develop a comprehensive legal strategy intended to help you lower or even eliminate your charges altogether. To discuss the particulars of your case, please call Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law, at (713) 337-1420 today.

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