REDUCED | VEHICULAR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT/FELONY CRIMINAL DAMAGE REDUCED to PROBATION with ZERO DAYS in JAIL – State v. Mr. G. (DMC No. 5083) (Maricopa County Juvenile Court JV-162395): Mr. G. had gotten into a vehicular altercation with a motorcycle (i.e. “road rage”), when Mr. G. took his vehicle and struck the motorcycle. The motorcycle went down and was damaged, and then Mr. G. and the driver of the motorcycle became engaged in a physical fight. Other drivers broke up the fight, and Mr. G. drove off. We were able to have the case reduced to a misdemeanor criminal damage with probation and zero day’s jail. Originally, Mr. G. was facing felony charges in adult court, which would have exposed him to 5 to 15 years in prison under the vehicular aggravated assault charge alone.