Drunk and Disorderly

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Drunk and Disorderly

Public Order Offences Solicitors

Drunk and Disorderly public order offences are defined as being drunk in a public area, and conducting disorderly behaviour.

These offences are generally considered minor, and therefore can only be dealt with in Magistrates Court. Cases such as these can often result in a fine, but imprisonment is not a possible outcome for a minor Drunk and Disorderly offence.

We have a great deal of experience in defending clients charged with Drunk and Disorderly Public Order offences. Contact us today on 01244 344299 for expert advice and representation.


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01244 344299

1 Grey Friars, Chester, CH1 2NW

Emergency 24hr: 07537 170352

Office Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 08:45 – 17:15 and Saturday morning by appointment

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We can provide specialist advice on matters at the Police Station, Magistrates’ Court, Youth Court and Crown Court. We provide advice to Armed Forces’ personnel at military interviews and court martial hearings both in the UK and abroad.

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