Disorderly Conduct Charges Used Heavily In D.C.

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Washington, D.C., police make far more arrests per capita for the offense of “disorderly conduct” than do police in other large cities, reports a watchdog agency that said officers sometimes use the charge improperly. The Washington Post says the Citizen Complaint Review Board that found that people sometimes are arrested for being profane or rude
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