Urinating In Public

Public Urination

Public urination is a very common crime committed in Delaware. This is particularly true on college campuses such as University of Delaware, Delaware State University and at the Delaware beaches. It is usually lumped in with disorderly conduct charges, public intoxication and other related charges. While urinating in public in Delaware is a misdemeanor it still needs to be treated as any other crime. If you have been arrested for urinating in public in Delaware you should not hesitate to consult with a Delaware Attorney.

Why Hire a Delaware Public Urination Defense Attorney

Retaining a Delaware lawyer regarding your public urination charges you will have a very good chance of having the charges dropped or lessened. While the charge itself may not seem insurmountable it may haunt you if you are found guilty. This is especially true if you work in a profession where you have professional licensing that needs to be maintained as your character is as important as your credentials. I have significant experience defending those charged with crimes and misdemeanors in Delaware. Let me fight to protect your rights and reputation.

Contact a Wilmington Delaware Criminal Lawyer for a Free Consultation

Call me, University Of Delaware Misdemeanor Lawyer Brian J. Chapman if you would like to resolve your Public Urination charges. I will fight to minimize the consequences of your pending criminal charges. Call my office today by dialing 302-656-2528. You can also email me, Dewey Beach Delaware Urinating In Public Attorney Brian J. Chapman here.

I handle all DUI defense, DWI defense, traffic violations, juvenile defense and criminal cases in New Castle County, Delaware, Kent County, Delaware and Sussex County, Delaware including: Wilmington, Newark, University of Delaware, Middletown, Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Harrington, Millsboro, Milton, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Laurel, Delmar and Seaford.

I also defend non-Delaware residents who have been charged with crimes in Delaware but reside in surrounding states such as New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington D.C. and Virginia.