“What are the penalties for disorderly conduct in New Jersey?”
Penalties for NJSA 2C:33-2(a) – Disorderly Conduct NJ
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The criminal defense lawyers at the Tormey Law Firm LLC represent clients charged with the petty disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor) of disorderly conduct (N.J.S.A. 2C:33-2(a)) throughout NJ including in Hoboken, Morristown, East Rutherford, and New Brunswick. Our lawyers are familiar with all types of defense strategies in these cases including a “carry order”, downgrade to a municipal ordinance violation, the conditional dismissal program in NJ, etc. Contact our lawyers now for a free initial consultation at 201-556-1571.
This video gives you the majority of the information that you need if you’ve been charged with a disorderly conduct offense in New Jersey. Travis covers the penalties which include fines, jail time, and a permanent criminal charge, and also directs you to other pages which can help you to fight these charges (directly below this paragraph). Disorderly conduct is a common charge; having found this page, you should be able to relax and be a little more confident for your upcoming court date.
Penalties for Disorderly Conduct in New Jersey, a petty disorderly persons offense, can include the following:
- A permanent criminal charge on your record
- A $500 fine
- Up to 30 days in the county jail
For more information on disorderly conduct in NJ, click on the following links:
Disorderly Conduct In NJ – Information Regarding Penalties and Defense
Disorderly Persons Offenses In NJ – Information Regarding Penalties and Defense
Petty Disorderly Persons Offenses In New Jersey