Aiming or Discharging a Firearm can be charged in any situation where the facts meet the elements below. An interesting discussion about the depth and breath of the State firearm regulations can be found in Washington Attorney General Opinion - AGO 2008 No. 8.
Classification: Misdemeanor. A simple misdemeanor offense carries up to a maximum sentence of 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Elements: Aims any firearm, whether loaded or not, or willfully discharges any firearm in a public place or where any person might be endangered.
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