In Washington State a misdemeanor of Aiming or discharging firearms, carrying a firearm without a permit, unlawful display of a firearm or dangerous weapons in Charge — can have a maximum sentence of 364 days in jail and a $5,000 fine. If you are convicted you could be facing jail time and trouble securing employment in the future. Additionally, you may be charged with a crime that was an accident or a matter of self-defense.
I have not only helped defendants fight against firearms charges, but I have helped them recover the confiscated firearm and preserve their second amendment rights.
For many people charged with a Aiming or discharging firearms, unlawful display of a firearm and dangerous weapons charges this is the first time they have been on the wrong side of the law. Additionally, a conviction that involves a firearm can generally carry jail time and a deprecation of your 2nd amendment rights to own firearms in the future.
Below I have listed the Washington State Law for:
1. Aiming or discharging firearms, dangerous weapons.
2. Unlawful Display of a Firearm or Weapons (aka Brandishing)
3. Carrying firearms without a permit.
4. Reckless Endangerment.
(2) Drive-by shootings are not covered under this law