LAW OFFICE OF WAYNE I. NOVAK

Defending your rights to the fullest.

Disorderly Conduct
Disorderly conduct generally is defined as committing any act in such an unreasonable manner that it disturbs or alarms another and provokes a breach of the peace.  A Disorderly Conduct charge can be classified as a Class C Misdemeanor but also can be classified as high as a Class 3 Felony.  Please see 720 ILCS 5/26-1 et al to see further classification breakdowns.

Experience Matters
I have vast experience in the area of criminal defense.  Whether I am defending a misdemeanor violation or a serious felony offense, I will do everything possible to achieve the best possible result for my client.  The ultimate goal in every case I take on is to keep the charge of my client's permanent record if at all possible.  The sooner you contact me, the sooner I can preserve evidence that is routinely destroyed by most police departments within the first 30 days (booking room video, police dispatch recordings and any other audio or video recordings that may have been made routinely are destroyed after 30 days), which could ultimately impact whether you win or lose your case.  I will take a critical look at police conduct to make sure none of your constitutional rights were violated, and if they were, I will fight to get your case dismissed before a trial would even occur.

Free initial consultation.  Payment plans are available upon request.  Major Credit Cards are accepted.