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Hit and Run

August 4th, 2014 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

A hit and run accident means that someone has been involved in a collision with another car, a pedestrian, or an object and has left the scene without offering possible aid or identifying him- or herself. In other words, the person "ran away." Leaving the scene of an accident in that way can be a felony crime or misdemeanor, mostly depending upon whether the person who left the scene also left behind someone who was injured. An accident in which a person leaves to get emergency help and then returns to the scene is not considered a hit and run in most states.


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