Under Minnesota law, several situations are considered disorderly conduct. Here are the definitions and explanations of how you can be charged with disorderly conduct in Minnesota.
Minnesota Disorderly Conduct: Common Types and Legal Definition
To start, let’s look at the most common types of Minnesota disorderly conduct:
- Disturbing a meeting or assembly in an unlawful manner
- Fighting or brawling
- Using obscene, offensive, or abusive language
- Acting with obscene, offensive, abusive, noisy, or boisterous conduct