DISORDERLY CONDUCT DEFENSE LAWYERS
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When you need a disorderly conduct defense attorney in Wisconsin, you want to make sure that you hire violent crime lawyers who know the law and know how to present the best possible disorderly conduct defense for you. At Birdsall Obear & Associates, we’ve gained credibility and respect defending the rights of thousands of clients. Our success as Wisconsin's top violent crime defense lawyers speaks for itself, with an acquittal rate three times higher than the state average and four times the national average!
Violent crimes involve the use of force (with or without a weapon) to inflict harm on another person. In many cases, the people involved in these types of crimes have a personal relationship and therefore the crimes are considered Domestic Violence.
There are often family considerations and emotional issues in domestic violence cases in addition to a criminal charge. Because of the sensitivity of these types of crimes, it is critical that you seek help from a trusted and reputable disorderly conduct defense lawyer.
Our experienced disorderly conduct defense lawyers at Birdsall Obear & Associates have handled hundreds of domestic violence cases. Please contact our violent crimes attorneys by email or phone to schedule a free consultation.
Milwaukee's disorderly conduct defense lawyers
Disorderly conduct is often charged in domestic violence situations. If police are called to a domestic violence situation and find that no one has been hurt, they may refer this as disorderly conduct. Since the disorderly conduct occurred in a domestic violence situation does not mean they can apply a 'domestic violence modifier'.
Perhaps one of the easiest charges for a district attorney to prove, a disorderly conduct charge may seem to simply entail a brief arrest or fine. In reality, a conviction can result in a sentence that includes significant jail time and probation. If the people involved in the incident that resulted in an arrest for disorderly conduct had a domestic relationship, a conviction will mean additional penalties.
The crime of disorderly conduct is committed by one who:
- in a public or private place, engages in conduct that is “violent, abusive, indecent, or otherwise disorderly,”
- under circumstances that “tend to cause or provoke a disturbance.”
Wisconsin penalties for Disorderly Conduct:
- Disorderly conduct is a Class B misdemeanor offense. The penalties for a Class B misdemeanor can include a fine of up to $1,000, jail time for up to 90 days, or both.
- If the conviction is for a second or subsequent disorderly conduct offense, jail times can be increased for up to 2 years.
Contact the best Milwaukee and Sheboygan disorderly conduct defense lawyers.
Attorneys John A. Birdsall and Kirk B. Obear are Milwaukee criminal attorneys who have won countless cases over the past decades. Their aggressive defense strategy is unsurpassed and has placed them among the best Criminal Defense Lawyers in Milwaukee.
Disorderly conduct charges many times carry special circumstances that only the Milwaukee criminal lawyers of Birdsall Obear & Associates will know how to confront, confidently and efficiently... and win your case.
Our disorderly conduct defense lawyers in Sheboygan and Milwaukee know how to confront and challenge illegal police action, whether it's improper search technique or other violations, if we find that your constitutional rights were violated, your case could be dismissed.
Our law office is simply the best disorderly conduct defense law firm Wisconsin has to offer. Contact our Milwaukee Criminal Attorneys at Birdsall Obear & Associates.