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Penalties of Disorderly Conduct in Minnesota

Potential penalties of a disorderly conduct conviction could include steep fines, jail time, and probation. A criminal record can also have a slew of collateral consequences outside of the courtroom. A lawyer can help to keep your record clean of a disorderly conduct conviction. Prosecutors and judges have a great deal of discretion in the outcome of these cases, a knowledgeable disorderly conduct lawyer is a must when trying to get a favorable outcome.

This is also common juvenile offense and a conviction can follow the juvenile for years to come. The latitude in both negotiations and sentencing may be even greater for juveniles. An experienced attorney will carefully consider factors particular to your juvenile case in order to best assist you.

MN Criminal Defense Lawyer for Disorderly Conduct

If you or someone you know has been charged with disorderly conduct, you should seek the advice of an experienced criminal defense attorney. It is important to understand all of the consequences before proceeding with your case. The
Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorneys and St.Paul Criminal Defense Attorneys at Sieben Edmunds Miller have been practicing law in Minnesota for years and can provide an experienced and aggressive defense in your disorderly conduct case. We will work to protect your rights and seek the best possible outcome in your case. You should not settle for less.

Contact the Eagan Disorderly Conduct Lawyers at Sieben Edmunds Miller today. You can reach us at (651) 994-6744.

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