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Arizona Revised Statutes Title 13. Criminal Code § 13-1209. Drive by shooting; forfeiture; driver license revocation;  classification;  definitions

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A. A person commits drive by shooting by intentionally discharging a weapon from a motor vehicle at a person, another occupied motor vehicle or an occupied structure.

B. Motor vehicles that are used in violation of this section are subject to seizure for forfeiture in the manner provided for in chapter 39 of this title.

C. Notwithstanding title 28, chapter 8,  1 the judge shall order the surrender to the judge of any driver license of the convicted person and, on surrender of the license, shall invalidate or destroy the license and forward the abstract of conviction to the department of transportation with an order of the court revoking the driving privilege of the person for a period of at least one year but not more than five years. On receipt of the abstract of conviction and order, the department of transportation shall revoke the driving privilege of the person for the period of time ordered by the judge.

D. Drive by shooting is a class 2 felony.

E. As used in this section:

1. “Motor vehicle” has the same meaning prescribed in § 28-101 .

2. “Occupied structure” has the same meaning prescribed in § 13-3101 .

1 Section 28-3001 et seq.

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