Disorderly Conduct Bail Bonds
Were you or someone you know recently arrested or charged for disorderly conduct? Maybe you were out drunk in public with your buddies, or maybe neighbors complained that you were being too loud or rowdy at your house party, or maybe you just said the wrong thing to a police officer on one of their bad days. Regardless of the infraction, if you are facing criminal charges then call Ammediate today for disorderly conduct bail bonds in Palm Bay or Melbourne.
Disorderly conduct encompasses an array of unlawful behaviors. Any actions that are likely to causes others to feel alarmed, angered, or annoyed—or that disturb the peace. Fighting, brawling, using offensive language or noise, and behaviors that appear threatening or violent are generally associated with disorderly conduct.
Disorderly Conduct Penalties
In most cases, disorderly conduct is classified as a second degree misdemeanor in the state of Florida. This charge can result in up to 60 days in jail, 6 months of probation, fines up to $500, or any combination of those penalties. Disorderly conduct charges based on speech alone can make for a difficult conviction unless the speech is considered enhanced or fighting words.
Words that are likely to cause an average person to engage in fighting are referred to as fighting words. Words that are likely to cause a public disturbance are considered enhanced speech. Shouting "fire" in a restaurant or yelling "bomb" at an airport are examples of enhanced speech.
What to do
Give Ammediate Bail Bonds a call today if you need to get out of jail for this charge. Helpful information includes name of jail, date of arrest, name of defendant, etc. If you don't have this information, we can help you find it.Disorderly conduct may not be a felony, but in can still prove serious.
If you live in or near Brevard County and need disorderly conduct bail bonds in Palm Bay or Melbourne, call Ammediate today for quick, reliable service. Call us today at (321) 631-2663.