Solano County Hit and Run Lawyers
Accused of leaving the scene of an accident in Vallejo ?
Hit and run, or leaving the scene of an accident, is a criminal offense that involves a driver willfully leaving the scene of an auto accident without exchanging information with the other driver or rendering aid to those in need. Whether the driver caused the accident is not relevant in hit and run cases - only the fact that the driver purposefully left the scene.
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Working with a Solano County criminal defense attorney is one of the most important steps to take if you have been accused of leaving the scene of an accident, have been arrested or are currently facing hit and run charges. Our team represents clients throughout all of Solano County in the face of hit and run charges and investigations.
If you would like to learn more about the specific services we provide and how we can help with your particular case, feel free to contact our Solano County hit and run attorneys at your earliest convenience. Your initial case review is free and confidential, offering you the perfect opportunity to learn more about your case and your legal options.
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When hit and run is charged as a felony offense in Vallejo , California, a defendant may be at risk of facing years in prison, driver's license suspension, fines and the burden of living with a felony conviction on his or her record that will limit employment and educational opportunities.
Taking action immediately and challenging hit and run charges is therefore of the utmost importance. Do not wait to talk to an attorney who can help you take the right approach to seek the best possible resolution to your case.
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