Disturbing The Peace
While it may not seem like a serious offense, cases involving disturbing the peace can turn on you quickly. Whether you were cited for playing music too loudly or were firing guns, or using indecent language in the presence of children, you could be looking at a fine and up to six months in jail.
If you are facing charges for disturbing the peace, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer like ours to explain your options. At Martens Law Office, P.C., in Boise, our attorney has extensive experience.
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Attorney Jared Martens handles a broad range of disturbing the peace cases involving:
- Disorderly conduct
- Playing loud music
- Fighting in public
- Firing guns within the city limits
- Disturbing funerals or memorial services
- Domestic arguments
Mr. Martens has extensive experience handling these cases and will explore every legal avenue at his disposal to defend your rights and forward your side of the story. A criminal record can haunt you for the rest of your life, making it imperative to do everything in your power to get these charges dismissed.
When A Disturbing The Peace Charge Is A Good Thing
In many cases, the goal is to get a charge reduced to disturbing the peace or disorderly conduct. If you are facing charges for domestic battery, an experienced attorney may be able to help you plead the charges down to disturbing the peace, which is a much less serious crime. That’s a much better option than facing the harsh penalties that come with a domestic violence conviction. This is also an option for other cases including fighting in public or shooting firearms in an inappropriate location.
To discuss your options with a skilled criminal defense attorney, contact our office to arrange a free initial consultation.