Drive-By Shooting RCW 9A.36.045
Drive-by shooting occurs when a person fires a gun from a motor vehicle in a way which creates a substantial risk that death or injury would occur. A Drive-by shooting is a serious violent criminal strike offense and a class B felony exposing defendants to 10 years prison and a $20,000.00 fine.
Fortunately, there are defenses. Alexander has represented clients facing Drive-By Shooting charges and received dismissals (hyperlink to “Dismissals” page) through hard work and focused investigations. Contact Alexander for a free consultation.
If you or someone you care about faces Drive-By Shooting charges in Skagit County or Whatcom County, call attorney Alexander Ransom today for a free, no-pressure case evaluation. Alexander has a reputation in the legal community as an aggressive, effective and experienced criminal defense attorney. He is here to assist you through these difficult times.