One of the least serious offences to come before the Courts is the offence of being drunk and disorderly in public. If you are accused of this, the Police have to show that you were drunk in public, and that you have acted in a disorderly manner.
This offence can be committed easily by anyone, whether they have just had a single night out and drunk too much and got into an argument, or by someone who has a more long-term problem with alcohol misuse. No matter what your situation, it can still be a worrying situation if you are accused of a criminal offence, and are arrested and kept in custody to appear before the Court.
The offence of being drunk and disorderly in public is a summary only offence and so can only be heard by the Magistrates Court. As the offence is relatively minor it cannot carry a prison sentence, and the maximum a Court can do is impose a fine or financial penalty.
The solicitors at Stephen Lickrish & Associates frequently represent people who have been arrested for being drunk and disorderly. We represent clients in Greater Manchester and the North West, as well as throughout the Country. If you, or someone you know, have been arrested for an offence or are facing a Court allegation, contact us to see how we can help you.
Drunk and Disorderly Offences Solicitors in Manchester, London, Birmingham, England & Wales
Offering specialist advice and representation on cases of Drunk and Disorderly, Stephen Lickrish & Associates Solicitors in Manchester, London, Birmingham, England & Wales can help. Contact us today by calling us at 0161 237 1913 or on 0800 988 64 22 for 24-hour legal advice. Alternatively, contact us by filling out an enquiry form.