Combining drinking, parties, and bar chaos often leads to bar fights and other disputes that could result in your arrest. Likewise, when police officers bust up a party or when a minor runs away from an officer, participants may be charged with disorderly conduct. These charges can carry serious penalties, including fines and a lasting criminal record.
If you are either charged with a crime or you are a suspect in a criminal investigation it is important that you contact an experienced criminal attorney immediately. You should NOT meet with the police or any law enforcement officials without your attorney present. If you are contacted by law enforcement for your statement or an interview you should politely decline to speak with them until you have retained counsel.
At Arnson VanTol Law, PLC, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, our lawyers are experienced in the defense of clients charged with disorderly conduct or any other alcohol related offenses.
Know your rights. Protect your future.
Immediate Investigations and Aggressive Advocacy
These cases are highly fact specific and often involve a generic charge in response to any number of actions. When charged with disorderly conduct, you need an experienced attorney who can review the facts of your case, assess the evidence weighed against you and aggressively defend your interests in court. Often, minors are charged with disorderly conduct when they cannot be charged with any other crime.
Our attorneys are experienced with cases involving:
- Disorderly Conduct
- Resisting Arrest / Restricting Obstructing (R/O)
- Open Intoxication
- Minor in Possession
- Assault and Battery
- Domestic Violence
- Noise violations and offenses
Protecting Your Rights and Future
A criminal offense involving disorderly conduct can affect your rights, as well as your future opportunities in college or the job market. Any conviction could permanently scar your record, especially if you intend to go into certain professions such as medicine, law, health care or teaching. We work hard to protect your rights and defeat the charges against you. In the event of a conviction, we will work to reduce the penalties against you and to ensure that all your expungement options are intact to have your record cleared in the future.
We can help you understand your options and develop a legal strategy to protect your rights. Call 616-828-0216 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our Grand Rapids disorderly conduct lawyers.
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