If you were charged with disorderly conduct in Scottsdale, you should consult a criminal defense attorney to discuss your matter, and defense options. The penalties can be severe depending on the circumstances and classification of the charges. Charges may be brought as misdemeanors or felonies depending on the facts of your case. Disorderly conduct charges sometimes follow a warning by police, but not always. Due to the nature and subjectivity of the charges, they are frequently challenged; and often dismissed due to lack of sufficient evidence.
Disorderly Conduct Penalties
If convicted of Class 1 Misdemeanor under Disorderly Conduct Laws A.R.S. 13-2904, the penalties may include up to 6 months incarceration; $2500.00 fines; fees; costs; probation; and other penalties.