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Disorderly Conduct Definition

MCL 750.167. Disorderly Conduct is a misdemeanor crime that is punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a $100 fine for the following conduct: a person who is found jostling or roughly crowding people in a public place, a person who refuses or neglects to support their family, a prostitute, a window peeper, a person who engages in an illegal occupation, a person who is engaged in indecent conduct in a public place, a person found loitering in a house of ill fame, a person who knowingly loiters in or about a place where an illegal occupation or business is conducted, a person who loiters in or about a police station, hospital, court building, or other public building or place to solicit the employment of legal services, a person who is intoxicated while hunting with a firearm or other weapon, or a person who intoxicated in a public place and is either endangering the safety of another person or property or in a manner the causes a public disturbance.

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