4 COUNTS of AGGRAVATED ASSAULT DANGEROUS DISMISSED and 1 COUNT of SECOND DEGREE MURDER REDUCED to MANSLAUGHTER with 10.5 YEARS in PRISON – State v. Mr. B. (DMC No. 4121) (Maricopa County Superior Court 2012-017982): Mr. B. and his friends had issues with another group of people regarding a laptop computer. The other group of people came over to Mr. B.’s house were pounding on the door and broke a window. As they were driving away, Mr. B. fired a gun at the car and struck and killed a female passenger (who was a mother of a small child). The other four people in the car were alleged victims of aggravated assault dangerous. Mr. B. was facing a potential of 82 years in prison, and we were able to convince the Prosecutor to drop the 4 counts of aggravated assault dangerous and reduce the second degree murder to manslaughter. He was sentenced to the presumptive term of 10.5 years in prison, in which Mr. B. was released after 9 years (for good behavior).