DISCHARGE of GUN/Shannon’s Law (with prior and on probation) REDUCED to PROBATION with 4 MONTHS in JAIL- State v. Mr. V. (DMC No. 5370) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2005-105534): Mr. V. had been drinking all day, and was in his trailer with his wife when he decided to bring his gun out to clean it. While he had a beer in one hand, and the hammer cocked back on his gun, he spun it around his finger. The gun discharged and shot a hole through the ceiling of their trailer. Police were called, and he was charged with a class 6 “dangerous” felony under Shannon’s Law, with a prior conviction while on probation. He was facing a minimum of 3 years in prison (along with a probation violation) before we had the case reduced to probation and 4 months of jail with work release during the day.