5. How can I be charged with DV Disorderly Conduct if I didn’t do anything wrong?
As noted in Arizona Revised Statues §13-2904, the crime of Disorderly Conduct can be charged under any number of circumstances. Often time, the mere presence of an individual during a verbal argument or altercation may result in criminal charges for Disorderly Conduct DV. However, a seasoned Phoenix, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Chandler or Mesa criminal defense attorney can help you fight your charges. If you have been charged with Disorderly Conduct or Disorderly Conduct as a Domestic Violence Offense, contact Verdura Law Group PLLC today for a free consultation.
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Ms. Kaitlin S. Verdura Esq., aggressively represents the wrongfully accused in Domestic Violence cases and has achieved countless Domestic Violence dismissals due to her experience defending against both felony and misdemeanor charges within the state of Arizona.
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