AGGRAVATED ASSAULT with a GUN (dangerous)/POSSESSION of DANGEROUS DRUGS (meth/coke) and MISCONDUCT INVOLVING WEAPON REDUCED to ATTEMPT with 1.5 YEARS in PRISON – State v. Mr. I. (DMC No. 5655) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2005-109265): In the first incident, Mr. I. swerved at an elderly gentleman, then got out and got into an argument with him. He pulled his gun on the man, and told him to quit trying to “stare him down”. In the second incident Mr. I. was pulled over by police while high on cocaine and meth, and his vehicle was subsequently searched in which both drugs and a gun were found. We were able to combine both of these cases into a single count of “Attempt”, which included a 1.5 year prison sentence. Mr. I. already served 6 months in jail during the pendency of his case, and he was given credit for that time. Before we entered into the plea, Mr. I. was facing a 5 to 15 year sentence on the Aggravated Assault charge alone.