Mesa Disorderly Conduct Attorney
Know your rights and options
Disorderly Conduct, also known as Disturbing the Peace, is a serious offence. Facing any criminal charge is a serious matter, and disorderly conduct is no exception. Because the range of actions that can constitute disorderly conduct is so broad, an experienced criminal defense lawyer can make a significant difference. That's why we urge you to contact Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC as soon as possible.
Attorney Charlie Naegle and his team have extensive experience handling complex criminal cases. Don't underestimate the complexity or seriousness of your disorderly conduct charge. Get Charlie on your side.
Reasons for an Arizona Disorderly Conduct Charge
Under Arizona Law (quoted from A.R.S. 13-2904), a person commits disorderly conduct if the person: