consult
X

CASE EVALUATION FORM

*Required

Category Archives: Disorderly Conduct


Lie to Fellow MN Bus Passengers, Your 2-Week Quarantine Goes to 3 Months
Lie to Fellow MN Bus Passengers, Your 2-Week Quarantine Goes to 3 Months
Published By:

 

You’ve heard the adage, “be careful what you say.” One Vermont man recently learned this lesson the hard way.

 

While riding on public transit, he made the claim to fellow passengers that he was infected with Coronavirus. Well — reasonably enough — they panicked. The claim led to the bus immediately being pulled over and evacuated.

 

Because of this disturbance, the man was arrested and charged with false public alarm and disorderly conduct. This particular charge


Got MN Teens at Home Over Spring Break? Here’s Common Mischief We See
Got MN Teens at Home Over Spring Break? Here’s Common Mischief We See
Published By:

 

Spring break is an exciting time for teenagers. Hey, we all need a break from the stresses of life — school, in their case — and enjoy a week of fun, right?

 

The problem is, sometimes spring break isn’t just all fun and games. It is common for teenagers to cross the line into engaging in acts of mischief while school is out, too.

 

Below are some of the most common acts that are seen during this


St. Paddy’s Day Is Coming – Don’t Get Arrested for Disorderly Conduct in MN
St. Paddy’s Day Is Coming – Don’t Get Arrested for Disorderly Conduct in MN
Published By:

 

The offices of the Minnesota State Patrol reported 424 DWI arrests over St. Paddy’s Day weekend in 2018, a total that is up 28% from the year before.

 

These St. Patrick’s Day DWI figures in a state where the number of average annual disorderly conduct arrests hovers around the 860 mark clearly illustrate that Minnesotans like to celebrate, and many view St. Paddy’s day as just another excuse to get rowdy.

 

If you do end up embodying


How New Year’s Partying Can Lead to a MN Disorderly Conduct Charge
How New Year’s Partying Can Lead to a MN Disorderly Conduct Charge
Published By:

 

Because of the extremely broad legal definition of ‘disorderly conduct, these charges are historically difficult to defend and often coupled with multiple (and sometimes more serious charges) in an effort to leverage plea bargaining in cases.

 

In recent years, however, dubious “disorderly conduct” arrests have plummeted, largely due to officer body cam programs and the subsequent tightening of disciplinary action when police break from protocol. This is good news for Minnesotans, but it doesn’t altogether exempt you from


How Can You Be Charged with Minnesota Disorderly Conduct?
How Can You Be Charged with Minnesota Disorderly Conduct?
Published By:

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

 

 


Police Scrutinized after Controversial Disorderly Conduct Arrest
Police Scrutinized after Controversial Disorderly Conduct Arrest
Published By:

The citizens of Minnesota are well aware of the issue of police brutality throughout America, and how viral videos have been able to show any questionable aggression and practices by a number of officers. It seems like there are new videos coming out every month.

 

In October, one surfaced that showed a black man being grabbed by police and later arrested in Edina for simply walking in the street. The recording has been viewed over 750,000 times, and has


MINNEAPOLIS & ST. PAUL CRIMINAL DEFENSE & DWI LAW FIRM SERVING

 

With offices in Minneapolis and Stillwater, Minnesota, Keyser Law, P.A. handles cases throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area including:

 

HENNEPIN COUNTY

 

Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Chanhassen, Corcoran, Crystal, Dayton, Deephaven, Eden Prairie, Edina, Excelsior, Golden Valley, Greenfield, Greenwood, Hanover, Hopkins, Independence, Long Lake, Loretto, Maple Grove, Maple Plain, Medicine Lake, Medina, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Minnetrista, Mound, New Hope, Orono, Osseo, Plymouth, Richfield, Robbinsdale, Rockford, Rogers, Shorewood, Spring Park, St. Anthony Village, St. Bonifacius, St. Louis Park, Wayzata, Woodland and Hassan Township.

WASHINGTON COUNTY

 

Afton, Bayport, Birchwood Village, Cottage Grove, Dellwood, Forest Lake, Grant, Hugo, Lake Elmo, Lake St. Croix Beach, Lakeland Shores, Lakeland, Landfall, Mahtomedi, Marine on St. Croix, Newport, Oak Park Heights, Oakdale, Pine Springs, Scandia, St. Marys Point, St. Paul Park, Stillwater, Willernie, White Bear Lake, Woodbury, Baytown, Denmark, Grey Cloud Island, May, West Lakeland, Garen and Point Douglas.

RAMSEY COUNTY

Arden Hills, Blaine, Falcon Heights, Gem Lake, Lauderdale, Little Canada, Maplewood, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, North St. Paul, Roseville, Shoreview, St. Anthony, St. Paul, Spring Lake Park, Vadnais Heights, White Bear Lake and White Bear Lake Township.

ANOKA COUNTY

Andover, Anoka, Bethel, Blaine, Centerville, Circle Pines, Columbia Heights, Columbus, Coon Rapids, East Bethel, Fridley, Ham Lake, Hilltop, Lexington, Lino Lakes, Nowthen, Oak Grove, Ramsey and St. Francis.

DAKOTA COUNTY

Apple Valley, Burnsville, Coates, Eagan, Farmington, Hampton, Hastings, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville, Lilydale, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Miesville, New Trier, Northfield, Randolph, Rosemount, South St. Paul, Sunfish Lake, Vermillion and West St. Paul.

MINNEAPOLIS