Public Disorder


Are you facing a public disorder charge?

“Public disorder” describes a myriad of offences within the Scottish legal system such as breach of the peace, racially aggravated harassment, sectarian singing, threatening or abusive behaviour and drunk and disorderly conduct. Our solicitors deal with such offences daily and have an intricate knowledge of the rules of evidence relevant to such crimes.

“If you are convicted in court of any offence, even one as minor as a breach of the peace, you will have a criminal record which may have a detrimental impact on your current employment or employment prospects.”

We therefore recommend you should contact us immediately for a free consultation if you find yourself facing a public disorder charge.