disorderly conduct

NOUN
  1. any act of molesting, interrupting, hindering, agitating, or arousing from a state of repose or otherwise depriving inhabitants of the peace and quiet to which they are entitled
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How To Use disorderly conduct In A Sentence

  • When he was 16 he was adjudicated for domestic violence for an altercation with his father, and a year later he faced a disorderly conduct charge for allegedly using a racial slur against a black teen after she called him a "honkey" for arguing with a friend of hers at. Chronicle-Telegram
  • He was arrested for disorderly conduct.
  • We're taking care of his cat while he's in jail for disorderly conduct. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
  • An altercation ensued at the lab, and Angeli was convicted this week of disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property.
  • He was hauled up before the local magistrates for disorderly conduct.
  • You have to understand the disorderly conduct statute....
  • I also agree that in participating in the Event, I will not engage in any activities that would constitute disorderly conduct, including, without limitation, public intoxication, using any controlled substances, or engaging in any physical altercations. HuffPost Sanity Bus Official Sign-Up Form
  • In the first few hours after the verdict, 60 people were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.
  • Each time he was booked, he said, on trumped-up charges of disorderly conduct.
  • We regret to animadvert upon the disturbance and disorderly conduct exhibited in the Town Hall of New Rochelle upon Thursday evening, the 16th.
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