In South Carolina, the public disorderly conduct statute covers a broad range of prohibited conduct, however, it is most often charged in circumstances when the individual is accused of being intoxicated in a public place. A public place is defined as any publicly or privately owned space where the general public has access.
A conviction for public disorderly conduct is punishable by up to 30 days in jail or a fine. It may lead to a permanent criminal record. In order to protect your reputation, your rights and your future, you need a criminal defense lawyer who can ensure that your case is fairly heard and handled.
Attorney David W. Farrell has 28 years of legal experience defending people accused of all types of criminal charges. We often represent college students and other young adults who are charged with crimes such as disorderly conduct and minor in possession. Call 803-807-2205 to find out how we can help you. We represent clients in Columbia, Lexington and other communities in South Carolina.
If you have been accused of disorderly conduct, you need a lawyer who can review the details of your case and help you seek the best possible outcome inside or outside of court. A skilled disorderly conduct lawyer can defend you to the fullest extent of the law.
We understand that every disorderly conduct charge is unique. Attorney David W. Farrell will take the time to review the full details of the case. The prosecution sometimes fails to present the full context surrounding an individual’s choice to act a certain way. This can mean the difference between having or not having a criminal conviction.
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Contact attorney David W. Farrell today to learn about how you can protect your rights and freedom if you are facing a disorderly conduct charge Call 803-807-2205 or complete our contact form to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.