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Disorderly Conduct

August 27th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

In the state of California, there are many criminal laws. Some of these are quite complex. Disorderly conduct, which is frequently also referred to as disturbing the peace, is a crime in which the laws regarding it carry a variety of criminal statutes. With that being said, a person who is charged with disorderly conduct can face very severe penalties. Anyone who is charged with this particular crime should know exactly what it means and what the laws are pertaining to it so that they have a better idea of what to expect.


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