Disorderly Conduct

In Wisconsin, disorderly conduct is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to 90 days in jail and/or a $1000.00 fine.

Disorderly conduct is defined in Wisconsin Statute §947.01. Disorderly conduct is a “catch all” charge for alleged criminal behavior. The alleged crime only requires that a person be engaged in conduct that caused a disturbance by being unreasonably: loud, violent, abusive, obscene, boisterous, or otherwise disorderly in a public or private place (which can include your own home)

Disorderly conduct can also be charged with a “domestic” enhancer, with can increase court costs associated with a conviction, as well as restrict your right to possess a firearm under federal law potentially forever.