CALCRIM No. 875 is neither a pinpoint instruction, nor is it argumentative. CALCRIM 362 regarding false or misleading statements showing a consciousness of guilt was not improperly given where appellant subsequently corrected his earlier statements and admitted that he fired the weapon. Because the evidence on the assault charge showed a continuous course of conduct, there was no need for a unanimity instruction. It was not error to impose consecutive terms on the assault and possession of methamphetamine counts because there is no requirement that the court find aggravating factors in order to impose consecutive terms.