Disorderly conduct

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Disorderly conduct is a vaguely-defined offense that serves as a catchall for many different kinds of disobedient or unruly behavior. Disorderly conduct can include behavior, such as generating excessive noise or disrupting a lawful assembly, that interferes with people's voluntary activities, but it can also include consensual fights.