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State v. Mr. H (DMC No. 6699)

NOT CHARGED/DISMISSED | AGGRAVATED ASSAULT with a GUN (dangerous) NOT CHARGED/DISORDERLY CONDUCT with a GUN (dangerous) DISMISSED – State v. Mr. H. (DMC No. 6699) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2006-030697): Mr. H.’s wife went to the police station and stated that 3 days earlier her husband had threatened her with a gun, demanding to know who had been texting her on her phone. When police went to question Mr. H., he denied that he pointed the gun at her, and instead that he pointed it at himself and threatened to commit suicide. He was arrested for Aggravated Assault (Dangerous) with a gun. We convinced the Prosecutors charging bureau to only charge Mr. H. with the lesser of Disorderly Conduct (Dangerous) with a gun. During the pendency of the case, we presented evidence that Ms. H.’s story kept changing, and in addition, she no longer desired prosecution. Due to various other issues, the State moved to dismiss all charges in full. Originally, Mr. H. was facing 5 to 15 years for the Aggravated Assault, and 1 ½ to 3 years for the Disorderly Conduct (Dangerous). He now has nothing on his record.

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