Disorderly Conduct In Michigan

Defense Against Criminal Charges

Disorderly conduct charges often come about in connection with public intoxication and/or boisterous behavior such as contributing to a noisy party that has disturbed a neighborhood. Sporting events are another common site of disorderly conduct. This type of crime is most often a misdemeanor.

I am David G. Moore, a disorderly conduct defense lawyer with more than a decade of legal experience. As a former prosecuting attorney, I understand how these types of cases are tried and how to build an effective defense against criminal charges.

Providing You With a Defense That Is Designed to Protect Your Best Interests

It is noteworthy how often it happens that police actions actually seem to trigger disorderly conduct. For example, police may be questioning someone who is suspected of buying or selling alcohol without a license. The accused, in turn, seem to talk back and otherwise harass the police (as police perceive the interactions). Regardless of the circumstances and details of your case, I am prepared to mount a strong defense with your best interests at the forefront.

Contact Me for Help With a Defense Of Public Intoxication In Southwest Michigan

I can take action to help prevent you losing your professional license if that is an issue for you, as well as representing you vigorously in your criminal case. I pledge to keep you informed and stay in close contact about the status of your case if I represent you. Anytime you call and do not reach me, I will respond to you within 24 hours.

Contact me online or call my Portage office at 269-216-4573 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer. You can reach me days, nights, weekends and holidays when you are in trouble with the law.