Disorderly Conduct Bonds

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Don’t Let Disorderly Conduct Charges Hold You Back

At Ammediate Bail Bonds, we stand ready to serve bail bonds to anyone arrested for disorderly conduct in Cocoa, FL. Disorderly conduct can encompass a wide range of behaviors, which can sometimes make it difficult for you to determine how you can get the help you need. But whatever the infraction, Ammediate Bail Bonds exists to serve bonds for people in jail. The next time you or someone you knows gets charged with disorderly conduct in Cocoa, FL, call (321) 631-2663.

What counts as disorderly conduct?

Technically, disorderly conduct counts as anything that disturbs the peace. An offender who has made others feel afraid, alarmed, or annoyed can find themselves with the charge. Fighting, threatening behavior, offensive language, and noise all fall under this umbrella. A group of friends out for a drink may have become too rowdy in the street. If a loud party has disturbed the neighbors, the police visit could result in a disorderly conduct charge. A traffic violation can also result in disorderly conduct. An irate driver, coupled with a policeman who has had a long day, could result in a trip to jail.

Speech that results in this charge can sometimes become hard to classify. Language meant to incite others to violence can count, as could words that cause a public disturbance. For example, if you insult someone repeatedly in order to incite a fight, you may have committed a crime. Additionally, someone who yells “fire” in a crowded theater can get arrested. In Florida, this charge generally counts as a second-degree misdemeanor. This can result in 60 days in jail, fines, six months of probation, or any combination thereof.

Do note that these charges are not to be confused with charges such as domestic violence or charges of violent crimes, even in instances where an individual has been arrested for fighting. A similar charge, disorderly intoxication, also counts as a second-degree misdemeanor. This crime occurs when an intoxicated individual poses a threat to himself and to the public, or if the individual causes a disturbance.

Trust Our Team

No one wants to remain in jail over a second-degree misdemeanor. Ammediate Bail Bonds offers 24/7 availability to help those incarcerated gain their freedom. If you call for someone else, always remember to provide us with their name, date of arrest, and the name of their jail. If you do not have this information, don’t worry, as we can help you find it. At Ammediate Bail Bonds, we stand as your key to freedom from charges of disorderly conduct in Cocoa, FL. Call us today at (321) 631-2663 for more information.