State v. Knorr
In State v. Knorr, 186 Ariz. 300, 306, 921 P.2d 703, 709 (App. 1996) the trial judge noted specifically that he did not believe he needed to dismiss the allegation of dangerousness when sentencing a first-time dangerous offender under the repetitive statute.
On appeal, the Court agreed, concluding that "defendant's sentence could properly be enhanced as a nondangerous repetitive offender under A.R.S. 13-604(D) despite the jury's finding of the dangerous nature of the offense." Id.