In the state of Florida,
disorderly conduct is also known as a breach of the peace. This is defined under § 877.93
of the 2014 Florida Statutes as the act of corrupting public morals, outraging
public decency, affecting the peace and quiet of people in the area, or
engaging in any sort of fight. In general, disorderly conduct is any type
of behavior that law enforcement deems to be outside of decent behavior
(ex: drunken brawls).
This misdemeanor can be punished with:
- Monetary Fine of $500; and
- Maximum Imprisonment of 60 Days.
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