Loudoun Virginia Disorderly Conduct Defense Attorneys
There is virtually no state in the United States that does not have some form of law regarding disorderly conduct. This law is commonly described as a catch-all law. The disorderly conduct law in Virginia prohibits people from being drunk in public, disturbing the peace, etc.
The law in Virginia is designed to try and prevent people from making a nuisance of themselves in public. When a person is doing something that the police consider a nuisance in Virginia, they usually charge the person with disorderly conduct.
What many people do not realize is that simply being a nuisance does violate the law of disorderly conduct as written in Virginia. Therefore, people who are charged with disorderly conduct plead guilty without getting the assistance of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Unfortunately, this results in the person being convicted of a crime that carries the possibility of jail time and a fine. Even if the person convicted of disorderly conduct does not receive jail, they will certainly receive a permanent mark on their criminal record. Do not let this happen to you.
Please contact a Loudoun, Virginia criminal defense attorney of the SRIS Law Group, P.C. today, if you have been charged with disorderly conduct in Loudoun, Virginia. You can call us 888-437-7747 or our on line form.
A Loudoun, Virginia criminal defense lawyer from our firm will consult with you as to your options and possible defenses.
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Our Loudoun, Virginia criminal defense attorneys defend criminal cases in the following jurisdictions:
Loudoun County, Clarke County, Warren County, Frederick County, Shenandoah County, Page County, Rappahannock County, Culpeper County, Fauquier County, Rockingham County, Harrisonburg & Augusta County.