Animal Abuse, Hoarding, Resisting Arrest, Obstruction, Fleeing, Eluding, Felony Non-Support

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Public order crimes is any conduct that interferes with the normal course of life. This conduct includes many crimes such as failing to pay child support, failing to stop for the police when they give you a lawful order, or being intoxicated in public and causing a disruption because you were drunk.

Some public order crimes are considered minor crimes such as disorderly while others, like resisting arrest or obstruction of justice are felonies and punished severely, But whether a minor conviction or more serious crime, you need experienced and aggressive criminal defense to help keep you out of jail and provide the best criminal defense possible.

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Public Order Crimes
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Animal Abuse and Hoarding: Animal Abuse can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony depending on the number of animals involved and whether you have been convicted of the same offense before. Plus you will pay enormous fines, court costs, and vetrinary fees.
Felony Non-Support: Michigan is the toughest State if you don't pay your child support. Under Michigsn law, even if you lose your job, that's no excuse and you spend up to five years in prison
Disorderly Conduct:Disorderly Conduct may seem like no big deal. But you will have a criminal record and it could effect your 2nd Amendment Rights
Fleeing and Eluding: Fleeing and Eluding is a two year felony. When the police lawfully tell you to stop, you better obey their command or it's a felony
Resisting and Obstruction: Just putting your hand on a police officer can get you charged with Resisting and Obstruction, R&O. R&O is a felony and you may spend a lot of time in prison

Crimes against public order will show up on your criminal history. This can effect your employment, career, parenting time, and even your right to bear arms. Contact Schmierlaw for a free consultation to talk about your case.

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