ENDANGERMENT REDUCED to a MISDEMEANOR DUI with TIME SERVED – State v. Mr. V. (DMC No. 5221) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2002-000730): Mr. V. was charged with being involved in a DUI accident with injuries to a child. He produced a .183 BAC, and he was arrested for both DUI and felony endangerment. Through our investigation, we showed that the child was playing with his skateboard and he ran out into the street directly in front of Mr. V.’s car in order to grab the board which had gotten away from him. We convinced the Prosecutor to dismiss the felony endangerment in exchange for the misdemeanor DUI with a credit for 16 days of jail time which had already been served. Mr. V. was facing up to 3 years in prison if he were to have been convicted.