One of the most common offenses in the state of Alabama is disorderly conduct. In Alabama, when someone has behavior that is offensive, disruptive, harmful, or disruptive to people’s enjoyment of a public space, they can be arrested for disorderly conduct.
While disorderly conduct may not be considered to be a serious crime, there are still penalties to pay if you’re arrested for disorderly conduct.
Many instances of disorderly conduct involve the use of alcohol or drugs, but the use of alcohol or drugs does not determine whether or not someone will be arrested for disorderly conduct.
Typical disorderly conduct behavior is fighting. What usually happens is that people who have a disagreement or have been drinking too much begin arguing, tempers begin to flare and fighting breaks out. This type of behavior can put people at risk of being injured, so it is taken seriously by law enforcement.