Chicago Disorderly Conduct Lawyer
Experienced Disorderly Conduct Defense Lawyer in Chicago and Illinois
Misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges are more than merely being too loud or wild; it is no laughing matter and needs to be handled seriously. Did you know you can be fined up to $10,000 if convicted and that any conviction requires 30-120 hours of community service? Though the definition for disorderly conduct may sound general and refers to unreasonably caused disturbances and broken public peace, laws for disorderly conduct are actually quite specific. You need a Chicago lawyer who understands the nuances of Illinois’ statutes, can review and explain your case, and develop a strategic defense.
Chicago Disorderly Conduct Lawyer Defending Against Disorderly Conduct Charges in Illinois
Defense attorney James Shapiro had the experience, training, and impressive track record defending disorderly conduct cases in Chicago. You do not want a criminal conviction on your record; that’s why you should let Mr. Shapiro share his defense plan with you. Common disorderly conduct defenses include:
- Freedom of speech
- Failure to prove beyond a reasonable doubt
- Public/privacy distinction: Disorderly conduct charges are mainly for disagreeable conduct in public, which means police should not be using it for domestic disputes.
Free Consultation with a Chicago Disorderly Conduct Defense Lawyer
If you have questions regarding your criminal defense, contact Judge Shapiro today for a free consultation at 312-782-4615, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.