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Disorderly conduct in public is misdemeanor offense in California. Have you been charged with disorderly conduct in public? contact our San Francisco disorderly conduct lawyer from Okabe & Haushalter.
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Disorderly Conduct & Domestic Violence Charges

California Penal Code § 647 defines disorderly conduct as acts such as begging, soliciting prostitution, living in a structure without permission, loitering, prowling, wandering private property, or peering into an inhabited building. This crime can also include being in a public place while unable to exercise care for themselves or others due to being under the influence of drugs or alcohol (also known as being drunk in public). All too often, when these actions occur between family members, it can lead to domestic violence charges.

Such crimes can result in up to 1 year in jail, fines, and a conviction on your criminal record. Bringing us into your case as early as possible allows us to consider a greater number of possible defense strategies to gain a positive result on your behalf. Having handled numerous high-profile cases, we can apply our diverse experience in resolving your case. To discuss your concerns with a skilled lawyer, call our office. We can start building your case during a free evaluation.

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Regardless of whether you were in the middle of a private dispute or not, once the police are on the scene, do not make any explanations without the advice of an attorney. Simply remain silent about the incident. The law firm of Okabe & Haushalter is known for providing clients facing various domestic violence charges with the high-quality legal representation. We know that each client’s case is unique. A domestic violence defense lawyer at our firm can prepare a tailor-made defense which addresses the unique aspects of your case.

Allegations of domestic violence are fairly common in San Francisco. The court can issue a restraining order to keep an offender away from the victim. Once an accusation of domestic violence has been made or a protective order has been issued any attempt to visit or communicate with the alleged victim could leave you open to a number of different charges such as harassment, trespassing, disorderly conduct, and assault. Your only hope of protecting your record is to hire a San Francisco domestic violence defense attorney.

If you are facing disorderly conduct or other criminal charges, contact a San Francisco domestic violence lawyer who is dedicated to protecting your rights.