The new bill would amend the state penal law to establish a drive-by shooting as being defined when a person with the intent of causing the death of another person discharges a firearm from a motor vehicle at another individual outside that vehicle.
The bill has been drafted and will be formally introduced and assigned to a Senate committee in the coming days.
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