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Are You Being Charged With A Hit & Run?

If you have been charged with a hit & run, immediately contact us and do not take the charges lightly. If you are found guilty of a hit & run, you will face criminal penalties. If convicted of a felony you may be sentenced to serve time in state prison.

Misdemeanor Charges:
A hit & run will be charged as a misdemeanor if the accident did not cause the death or injury of another person (for example, an accident that only results in property damage).

Felony Charges:
A hit & run can be charged as a felony if the accident caused the death or injury of another person.


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What Is An Arraignment?

Arraignment Definition Every criminal case has multiple stages: You have your arraignment, your pretrial conferences, your settlement conferences possibly preliminary hearings motions. Motions in limine

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What Is Bail?

Bail is a condition of release, typically you put up money to be released from jail that is bail. So if you’re charged with a

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Mens Rea

What Is A Mens Rea Example? Mens rea goes to your intent, your mind, your brain, when you do an action. For example, in criminal

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Assault Vs Battery

What Is The Difference Between Assault And Battery? The definition of assault in a criminal setting is putting someone under the reasonable beliefs that they

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Manslaughter Vs Murder

What’s The Difference Between Manslaughter And Murder? Manslaughter is when you to have an unintentional killing of a victim without any specific intent. An example

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What’s The Difference Between Careless And Reckless Negligent Driving?

Reckless Vs Careless Careless negligence is things that are more minor. For example, if you’re driving on the street and you’re in your own lane, and you’re minding your own business, going the speed limit, and someone doesn’t see you and they come into your lane and hit you, that person was not criminally negligent. That person made a simple mistake, came into your lane, and that is just simple negligence. The person didn’t check his blind spots didn’t make a proper lane change and hit you. That is negligence that is not a crime. Criminal negligence is completely different. Criminal negligence is you get behind the wheel of a car, you’re intoxicated, you hit another vehicle, and you injure people in that vehicle or your own vehicle. Well you had no intent to injure anyone, however, because you should have known if you got behind the wheel of a car intoxicated this could happen, it’s reasonable that you could get into an accident as a result of your intoxication. It’s reasonable that other people are going to be in other vehicles or your own vehicle and they could be injured as a result. Criminal negligence is when you don’t have the intent to do something specific, like hurt someone in a car accident, but because it’s reasonable to know that if you are intoxicated and get behind the wheel that could result in injuring someone else, that is criminal negligence. That is a crime.

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