Public Intoxication

Public Intoxication

Disorderly conduct while intoxicated, also known as public intoxication, is a commonly occurring criminal offense on Ohio college campus.


In Ohio, people commit the crime of disorderly conduct by while intoxicated, engaging in conduct that risks harm to themselves, others, or other’s property, or while intoxicated in a public place, engaging in conduct that is likely to offend, inconvenience, scare, or annoy others.


If you are convicted of disorderly conduct while intoxicated, you will face a minor misdemeanor. This could means a $150 fine. Under certain circumstances, such as someone continuing to this charge can be increased to a fourth degree misdemeanor. This could have a penalty of a maximum of 30 days in jail and a $250 fine.


How Can a Skilled Attorney Help?

At the Mesaros Law Office, we represent clients in all aspects of public intoxication related charges. As skilled negotiators, our attorneys strive to develop creative and cost-effective out-of-court resolutions wherever possible. However, we are also well-equipped to protect our clients' rights in contentious litigation if needed. Our goal is to partner with clients, providing the knowledge and legal analysis you need to make informed decisions.


If you are charged with public intoxication violation in the Dayton area, Mesaros Law office is here for you. The attorneys at our law firm are compassionate and understanding while simultaneously unrelenting and effective. Our law office provides the highest representation for college students from the University of Dayton, Sinclair and Wright State University as well as for military personnel and their families stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.



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