Jay King contacted a Washington state lawyer to discuss the Terrence Williams case. See the whole interview at the link below.
If ultimately charged and convicted of second-degree domestic assault with a firearm, Lustick said, Williams could face close to four years in jail. A second-degree domestic assault charge, which is a Class B felony, normally carries a sentence of 6-9 months, but the same charge with a firearm can add up to an additional three years. It’s also possible for Williams to face lesser charges, or none at all.