Disorderly conduct is a Class 1 misdemeanor. The most common version of disorderly conduct requires the prosecutor prove
1. that a person engaged in conduct
2. in any street, highway, public building, or public place
3. having a direct tendency to cause acts of violence by the person a whom such conduct is directed
A conviction for disorderly conduct will be a permanent criminal conviction. Once you've been convicted, it cannot be expunged unless you receive a pardon from the Governor. Please contact us to discuss your options.