VEHICULAR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT DANGEROUS REDUCED to MISDEMEANOR HIT and RUN/ENDANGERMENT with ZERO DAYS in JAIL – State v. Ms. A. (DMC No. 11074) (Maricopa County Superior Court PF2012-144449001/Phoenix City Court 4583866): Ms. A. was accused of being in a rear end accident at 27th Avenue and Thunderbird. When both parties got out of the car, one of the alleged victims called Ms. A. “crazy”. Ms. A. was then accused of getting into her car, making a u-turn and speeding directly towards the other two people who were in the accident. They dove out of the way, then began following Ms. A. and called police. When Ms. A. was ultimately pulled over, she was charged with Aggravated Assault Dangerous (which carries 5 to 15 years in prison) and Hit and Run. We were able to convince the Prosecutors Office to dismiss the felony charges and route the case as only a misdemeanor down to the City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office. She was ultimately plead to a simple misdemeanor Hit and Run and Endangerment, which included zero days in jail.