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State v. Mr. D (DMC No. 9521)

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT DANGEROUS (with GUN and 2 PRIOR FELONY CONVICTIONS) NOT CHARGED – State v. Mr. D (DMC No. 9521) (DPS DR No.2010-011410): Mr. D was traveling in the area of the I-17 and State Route 101 interchanges in Phoenix, Arizona. Another vehicle had cut him off and had engaged Mr. D in a “road rage” incident. The other vehicle pulled up to Mr. D and was attempting to force him off the road. Mr. D held up a gun to display that he was armed, but did not point it at the other vehicle. The other vehicle backed off and called Police. Mr. D was then arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon. This charge carries a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 15 years in prison. Because of this, it was important that we argued to the Detective involved in the case that this was a situation of Self Defense. We also wrote a letter detailing all of the facts of the case to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Subsequently, everything was reviewed and the County Attorney Declined Charges against Mr. D.

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