Sometimes charges for disorderly conduct can seem insignificant. However, a conviction could result in serious penalties. This type of crime can even be charged as Class B misdemeanor, which carries a sentence of up to 180 days in county jail and a maximum fine of $2,000.
If you have recently been arrested for getting in a fight, causing a nuisance, or any other type of disorderly conduct in Fort Worth, it is important to protect yourself. The Law Office of A. Oliver Hassibi is here to help you defend against your charges and secure your freedom.
My goal is a case dismissal. Contact me today at (817) 826-9821.
In Texas, disorderly conduct refers to any action that causes an unreasonable and substantial breach of the peace, a public disturbance, or an infringement of the rights and privacy of others.
There are a variety of actions in public that can bring about a charge for disorderly conduct, including:
Being charged for any type of disorderly conduct can result in serious punishment. However, remember that an arrest for this type of crime does not have to end in a conviction and criminal record. As with every other kind of criminal charges, you are innocent until proven guilty. The prosecution must prove that you are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
My job, as your criminal defense lawyer, is to build a compelling case that casts doubt on the evidence they have against you. If I can get the judge to doubt the veracity of the accusations against you, your charges can be reduced or even dismissed.
The Law Office of A. Oliver Hassibi is available 24/7 to assist you during this nerve-racking time. When you come in for your initial consultation, I can attentively listen to your side of the story and begin building a strong defense strategy.
Call (817) 826-9821 now to explore your legal options with an experienced criminal defense lawyer.