What are the legal costs & penalties involved with being drunk & disorderly in public

Ron White the comedian has a classic joke “Tater Salad” where he is thrown out of a New York Bar and arrested by the police for being drunk and disorderly and he treats it like no big thing because he has been arrested for being drunk and disorderly numerous times before in other states and locations.

What’s the real world fall out for an average person if they got arrested for being drunk and disorderly outside a bar? Are the penalties relatively light? Is it worse than a DUI arrest and conviction or not as serious? What actually happens to someone in these situations? Are you out of pocket big bucks or they only just fine you and let you go on your way?
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This is probably something that varies a lot from one jurisdiction to another. Also, even within a police department the officers could have leeway in what they do to people in such situations.

Being drunk in public is legal in Nevada and jurisdictions are forbidden to make their own laws. Any disorderly conduct would be charged the same as if sober, providing no vehicles are involved.

Aside from notable places like the Las Vegas strip, drinking in public is quite illegal, though.