Mixed marital arts is a sport growing in popularity over the past 10 years. Fans of the brutal cage fighting can even enjoy a live show this weekend at Talking Stick Casino. The casino and hotel will host The King of the Cage fights on Saturday night. Mixed marital arts is an intense fighting technique that combines several other fighting styles, all set in a cage in front of a cheering crowd. While this can be a great form of entertainment for some, it is important to know this type of fighting belongs only in the cage. If you are engaging in any type of fighting or loud arguments in public, whether you started it or not, you can easily be charged with disorderly conduct.
Police tend to use a disorderly conduct charge for a wide range of scenarios. It is not only physical fighting where someone gets hurt: it could be arguing, making a loud noise, or anything the officer deems as being disruptive. While it may be a general charge, the consequences are very specific and can be serious. If you are arrested or cited for disorderly conduct, it is not an easy charge to get dismissed. Experienced Tempe disorderly conduct attorney Matthew Lopez knows first hand. Tempe disorderly conduct attorney Matthew Lopez has seen too often how difficult it is for a person not represented by an attorney to speak with prosecutors, get to all the hearings, and muddle through all the paperwork, not to mention get a good outcome.
A disorderly conduct charge calls for a professional to investigate the case, interview police officers, and work closely with prosecutors. Contact Tempe disorderly conduct attorney Matthew Lopez if you have been charged with disorderly conduct in Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, or Chandler, or visit our website for more information about our firm.