Disorderly Conduct Bail Service

Disorderly Conduct

Public Intoxication Counts as a Disorderly Conduct Charge.

Disorderly conduct can cover a wide range of activities. Typically, it covers anything that disturbs the peace, though this definition doesn’t describe all varieties of the charge. Most charges stem from loud and/or threatening behavior. The charge can also cover public intoxication and the invasion of someone else’s privacy. Most disorderly conduct counts as a misdemeanor, though examples exist of felonies. At FINELINE Bail Bonds, we frequently provide fast jail release for this charge.

If you or a loved one experience arrest for disorderly conduct in Oxnard, CA, call FINELINE Bail Bonds now at (805) 486-8466. We maintain 24-hour operations in order to assist clients at their time of need. Whether you have questions about bail, jail release, or other concerns, we’re ready to help. Once bail is set, we can generally secure release in as little as 15 minutes.

What Qualifies as Disorderly Conduct?

Disorderly Conduct

You Also Risk Arrest Through Spying on Another Person.

In California, disorderly conduct occurs across several categories, and is typically punishable by up to six months in jail and a fine that cannot exceed $1,000. Whatever the specifics of your charge, you can count on rapid assistance from the FINELINE Bail Bonds team.

Public Intoxication: In California, public intoxication counts as disorderly conduct. If an intoxicated person appears unable to care for themselves, or prevents use of a public thoroughfare like a sidewalk or road, they run the risk of a public intoxication arrest.

Fighting, Purposeful Disturbance, Offensive Speech: Any challenge to fight, or attempt to provoke a fight through purposeful disturbance or offensive speech, counts as disorderly activity.

Riots: California defines a riot as the threat to use violence or force in a public space, and considers it a misdemeanor charge.

Disturbance of the Peace on a School Campus: Non-students who use offensive language, engage in a fight, or make loud or disturbing noises on a campus risk a misdemeanor charge.

Refusal to Disperse: If two or more people disturb the peace in a public space, then refuse to comply with an officer’s order to disperse, they risk arrest.

Additional Crimes: In addition to those above, disorderly conduct also covers both the solicitation and performance of prostitution, recording or peeping on someone for sexual reasons, and the public solicitation of alms, i.e. begging.

Your Bail Bond Solution

For any charge of disorderly conduct in Oxnard, CA, FINELINE Bail Bonds represents the responsible choice for a bail bond. We have a lot of experience with the jails in our service area, and know how to secure a swift release. To learn more, give us a call anytime at (805) 486-8466.