Under current law, discharging a gun without causing harm to others is an infraction, which means offenders are usually let off with a ticket and fine. Police officials say upgrading the offense to a misdemeanor may prompt a change of behavior from people who regularly fire their guns because police will gain the power to arrest them.
Under current law, discharging a gun without causing harm to others is an infraction, which means offenders are usually let off with a ticket and fine. Police officials say upgrading the offense to a misdemeanor may prompt a change of behavior from people who regularly fire their guns because police will gain the power to arrest them. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
Under current law, discharging a gun without causing harm to others is an infraction, which means offenders are usually let off with a ticket and fine. Police officials say upgrading the offense to a misdemeanor may prompt a change of behavior from people who regularly fire their guns because police will gain the power to arrest them. MONICA ALMEIDA NYT
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Council to discuss stiffer penalties in Sacramento for random gunfire

January 25, 2016 06:32 PM