Generally speaking an indictable offense is one that is punishable by six months of jail time or more, even if the judge does not impose a six month sentence if the offense is punishable by a six month or more jail sentence it is considered an indictable offense. A disorderly offense is generally punishable with a jail sentence of less than six months or is a violation of a municipal ordinance. A good rule of thumb is that if your case was heard in Superior Court it was probably an indictable offense while if your case was heard in municipal court it was most likely a disorderly offense or a municipal ordinance violation.