Shooting charges reduced. Unsupervised probation with no felony conviction.

A St. Louis man was charged with Assault 1st degree and Armed Criminal Action, after allegedly shooting at his neighbor. During our investigation, we were able to show that the neighbor had likely attacked his mother, that it was impossible for him to have actually shot at the neighbor and instead only fired a warning shot in the air. Our client pled to a reduced charge of unlawful use of a weapon, recieved unsupervised probation, and will not recieve a felony conviction so long has he completes probation.

Assault Charges

Domestic Violence

Drug Charges
DWI Charges
Fraud Charges

Juvenile Offenses

Murder Charges

Probation Violations

Sex Offenses

Stealing Charges

Traffic Tickets

Weapons Offenses
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