What is Disorderly Conduct?
Disorderly Conduct is defined as acting in such unreasonable manner as to alarm or disturb another and to provoke a breach of the peace. Examples of disorderly conduct are:
- Being drunk in public
- False alarm (for example, reporting fire or an explosive, when none exists)
- Peeping in the window of another house
- Harassing debtors
- Filing a false report
- Falsely calling 911
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