Generally, disorderly conduct is a summary offense and not a misdemeanor. If it were charged as a summary, you generally are given a citation, similar to a speeding ticket, and you either plead guilty or not guilty. In many cases, with a summary offense, a person may not even go to court. If the charge were filed as a misdemeanor, then you would have been required to appear in front of a judge to have the matter resolved, most likely through what is called a "Consent Decree," which would have avoided an "adjudication" of delinquency. With a Consent Decree, you would have been assigned a probation officer, probably had to complete community service, and paid court costs and fees to the probation department. If you do not recall meeting with the probation department or going in front of a judge, you were most likely only charged with a summary offense and not a misdemeanor.
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