Legal Information: North Dakota
Updated: November 9, 2022
What is the legal definition of disorderly conduct?
“Disorderly conduct” is intrusive (interfering) or unwanted acts, words, or gestures that are intended to negatively affect your safety, security, or privacy.1 Some examples could be repeated teasing, yelling threats, harassing phone calls, and other behaviors that are intended to scare you. In addition, for the purpose of getting a disorderly conduct restraining order, human trafficking or attempted human trafficking are also included in the definition of “disorderly conduct.”1
1 N.D.C.C. § 12.1-31.2-01(1)
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