Assault by Drive-by Shooting
Louisiana Revised Statute 14:37.1
A. Assault by drive-by shooting is an assault committed with a firearm when an offender uses a motor vehicle to facilitate the assault.
B. Whoever commits an assault by drive-by shooting shall be imprisoned for not less than one year nor more than five years, with or without hard labor, and without benefit of suspension of sentence.
C. As used in this Section and in R.S. 14:30(A)(1) and 30.1(A)(2), the term “drive-by shooting” means the discharge of a firearm from a motor vehicle on a public street or highway with the intent either to kill, cause harm to, or frighten another person.
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