I Was Charged With Disorderly Conduct In Florida. Will I Go To Jail?
Disorderly Conduct in Florida occurs when someone commits an act that:
- Corrupts the public morals,
- Outrages the sense of public decency, or
- affects the peace and quiet of persons who may witness them, or
- Engages in:
- Brawling or fighting, or
- Other conduct that constitutes a breach of the peace.
What Are The Penalties For Disorderly Conduct In Florida?
Disorderly Conduct in Florida is a Second Degree Misdemeanor in Florida. If convicted, you are subject to the following penalties:
- Up to sixty (60) days in jail.
- Up to six (6) months of probation.
- Up to $500 in fines.