You can be found guilty of disorderly conduct in the District of Columbia for a number of reasons. If you are found guilty it is a misdemeanor offense which carries a fine and/or 90 days in jail. Most disorderly conduct offenses are divertable.
In any place open to the general public:
Causing someone Fear
Being Loud and obnoxious
Loud noise from 10pm to 7am
urinate or defecate in public
person to stealthily look into a window or other opening of a dwelling
Crowding a person, putting hand near someone’s bag