There are a number of different offences that can relate to public order. Some of the most common offences are set out below, with some of the main features of those offences and the maximum sentence. The table below does not include a full explanation about each offence or the likely sentence (which would be based on your personal circumstances and the nature of the offence in your case).
In deciding whether to prosecute, the Crown Prosecution Service must consider whether it is in the public interest to prosecute you and there is specific guidance to consider this for protest related offences.
For full advice about any of these or any other offences, please contact our specialist team.
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