What is Disorderly Intoxication?
Disorderly intoxication is committed when you are intoxicated and endanger the safety of another person or property and are drinking or intoxicated in public and cause a disturbance. In other words, the disorderly intoxication statute was written to prevent people from causing a disturbance and/or fighting in public while intoxicated. It is a very general category to describe these certain behaviors. But more accurately, it describes a Disorderly Conduct + Alcohol.
Disorderly intoxication is classified as a Second Degree Misdemeanor. Being charged with Disorderly Intoxication, or being under investigation by the police for allegations of potential Disorderly Intoxication related criminal activity can have long lasting effects on your life both at home, your career or your ability to stay in school. Receiving a conviction for Disorderly Intoxication can result in jail, probation or fines. This is why it is so important to contact a Florida Disorderly Intoxication Defense Attorney right away.
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If you are looking for a Disorderly Intoxication Defense Attorney in the South Florida Tri-County area please contact me immediately for a free consultation. My number is 800-403-3887.
An accusation of any criminal behavior can have long lasting, far reaching and potentially devastating effects on your life. This is especially true for juvenile offenders under the age of 18 and youthful offenders under the age of 21. These effects can include damage to reputation in the community, loss of employment, loss of housing, loss of public benefits, inability to enroll in college or even expulsion from school or college. The most important thing you can do if you or a loved one are accused of any crime is to contact an experienced Florida Criminal Defense Attorney. I am a former prosecutor and have been practicing criminal law my entire career. I have handled hundreds of Disorderly intoxication related charges. Each case I handle is treated with attention, care, respect and always with an eye toward achieving a dismissal. If your case is dismissed it may be eligible for a record expunge or a record seal. This is the ultimate success for any criminal charge. Contact Grant Schwarz to discuss how your case can be dismissed.
Misdemeanor Disorderly intoxication Defense Attorney Grant Schwarz is ready to speak to you any time at 800-403-3887 to begin defending your Disorderly intoxication case. Do not hesitate to call, consultations are 100% free. Contact Grant Schwarz at 800-403-3887 to schedule an appointment in Broward County, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Boca Raton orBroward County.