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Illinois defense attorney, Illinois criminal lawyerSummer is here: the days are long, the nights are short, and the temperature is perfect for relaxation. This time of year, time seems to slow down, enabling society just to enjoy the ride of life. However, this slowdown leads to a particular element of restlessness, leading individuals to find their means to fill the time, often leads to loitering, peace disturbances, and other minor crimes. Unfortunately, many of these behaviors are rolled together into a single criminal charge of disorderly conduct. There are several classifications of disorderly conduct, including infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies. The legal definition of the charge is vague, encompassing many actions that many do not realize are in direct violation of the law.

Infractions and Misdemeanors

Disorderly conduct is an all encompassing charge for a broad range of behavior. The simple form of the definition states that laws are broken when personal behavior alarms or disturbs another person or provokes a break in the peace. This description leaves many citizens unaware that their choices may cause legal trouble. You do not have to cause harm or destroy property, only behaving in a manner that may annoy someone else falls under this catch-all charge. Examples of behaviors that may result in a lower level infraction or misdemeanor include:

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Illinois defense attorney, Illinois disorderly conduct lawsWhen an emergency arises in which you need the assistance of a first responder (i.e. police, fire department or paramedics), it is in your best interest to call 9-1-1. The operator has direct communication with the personnel you need and will stay on the line with you until assistance arrives. The 9-1-1 system is a useful resource, one that does have limited capabilities based on the number of operators available. The same holds true for all of our emergency responders. If you were to call without a real emergency, you might face charges for disorderly conduct.

How It Causes a Problem

Many dispatch centers have a limited number of operators available to answer phones. They have all heard their share of off-the-wall phone calls, including but not limited to:

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