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Criminal – Disorderly Conduct – Local Ordinance (access required)

Although defendant contends he could have been convicted of other offenses under the other-crimes proviso of Hampton City Code § 24-12, the Court of Appeals nevertheless upholds his conviction of disorderly conduct. Responding to a call, police found defendant in a hotel lobby, standing naked, loudly complaining that “small furry animals” were biting him. An officer ...