Category: Drunk and Disorderly

After over a year of staying away from others and keeping distance, people are more than ready to get back out and socialize this year. With the 4th of July holiday right around the corner, it seems like the perfect time to celebrate with friends and put an end to social isolation for good.

The question is what you choose to do with your holiday. If your holiday celebration is going to involve alcohol, then you need to be aware of how and where you drink. Being drunk in public can easily [...]

In our state, no person may be prosecuted solely for being intoxicated in a public place. So, if you were charged with drunk and disorderly conduct this past New Year’s Eve, you may have felt completely blindsided. After all, New Year’s is a night when virtually everyone who ventures out in public is celebrating, and probably a little bit “disorderly.”

Thankfully, if you feel an error was made, there is a multitude of potential defenses that can be used to fight back against disorderly conduct charges, and an experienced misdemeanor attorney will be [...]