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Disorderly Conduct Bonds
Disorderly conduct is considered a second-degree misdemeanor and covers a wide range of behaviors that fall under the umbrella of disturbing the peace. This charge is entirely at the discretion of the local police and can turn a good time or a minor interpersonal conflict into a criminal charge.
Some common charges include excessive cheering at a sports event, noise complaints during a party or an argument that has already resolved itself by the time the police arrived.
As a second-degree misdemeanor, it is easy to plead this charge down, leading to no jail time, minor fines, community service, and probation. But if you’re stuck in jail, the wait for your day in court can be much longer than any penalty for the charge. To avoid the frustration, call The Better Bail for help if you’re charged with disorderly conduct!
Disorderly Conduct Law in Florida
Anything that makes people feel afraid, alarmed, annoyed, or unable to carry on as normal can be charged with this crime. Common causes for this charge include fighting, threatening behavior, loud offensive language in public, loud music or other noise, or refusing to disperse a crowd.
A subset of this charge is disorderly intoxication, which is also a second-degree misdemeanor. This is charged when a drunk individual or someone under the influence of another substance causes a disturbance or poses a danger to themselves or others.
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Disorderly Conduct Penalties in Florida
Most charges of disorderly conduct do not result in harsh sentences for the first offense. Depending on the judge’s discretion, maximum penalties can include sixty days in jail, fines, six months of probation, or community service. For first-time offences, jail time is unlikely barring extenuating circumstances or a judge in a bad mood.
Repeated offenses can result in escalating sentences, and an increased chance of jail time. That said, prosecutors who deal regularly with disorderly conduct cases will often offer plea deals. To make sure you land your deal, your priority should be to get yourself or your loved one out of jail so you can work to build your case. Call The Better Bail!
Disorderly Conduct Bonds in Florida
It is common for those charged to be released on their own recognizance if they promise to return for their hearing. However, a no-nonsense judge or previous charges may result in a larger bond. If a defendant who faces this charge cannot make bond, they might spend far more time in jail awaiting trial than they would if sentenced.
Bonds in these cases are lower and can be as little as $25 or as high as $1000. It is rare for a first-time offender to get a higher bond, but even this modest sum can cause problems for someone living paycheck to paycheck. A surety bond can guarantee the money through a third party and can be paid through a certified bail bondsman who will collect a percentage of the bond up front as a fee.
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