Disorderly Conduct - Rolling Meadows, Illinois Defense Attorney

Service to Schaumburg, Palatine, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, and Buffalo Grove

Being charged for disorderly conduct will most likely result in being a misdemeanor charge. That, of course, depends on the type of disorderly conduct you are accused of committing. Regardless of what you were doing to be charged with disorderly conduct, seeking a criminal defense attorney to avoid conviction for any type of misdemeanor or felony offense should be obtained. Why risk having a criminal record and going to jail for disturbing the peace?

At the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley, located in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, we represent clients for all types of criminal charges, including criminal charges of disorderly conduct. If you mouthed off at a police officer or got drunk in public and threatened to fight someone, hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to ensure your rights are protected and who can help you avoid criminal conviction. Call (847) 394-3200 to schedule a free initial consultation today.

Disturbing the Peace-Rolling Meadows Criminal Defense Lawyer

The Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley has helped a number of clients charged with crimes. Any kind of infraction for disturbing the peace could lead to disorderly conduct charges and an arrest. The penalties for disorderly conduct can include 30 days in jail and $1,500 in fines.

As a former prosecuting attorney, Chris Cosley provides strong, supportive, and knowledgeable criminal defense representation for juveniles and adults charged with misdemeanor or felony disorder conduct. Our law firm will do everything possible to help you avoid conviction and having to pay fines for disorderly conduct.

Contact a Rolling Meadows Disorderly Conduct Defense Lawyer

Contact the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley in Rolling Meadows, Illinois for criminal defense representation of disorderly conduct charges. We can be reached on our 24 hour answering service at (847) 394-3200. Schedule a free initial consultation with defense attorney Chris Cosley today.