Hit And Run/Leaving The Scene Of An Accident

Police are very suspicious of anyone who leaves the scene of a motor vehicle accident. They immediately suspect that the driver was impaired and left the scene of the accident to avoid a DUI charge.

But many people who leave the scene of an accident are not impaired. In fact, many people who leave the scene of an accident do not even realize they are committing a crime.

How Can We Help?

If retained as your counsel, we will carefully examine the facts of your case to raise an energetic defense on your behalf. We will ask key questions to determine the best course of action:

  • Do you have a viable defense?
  • Did the police violate your constitutional rights?
  • Does the prosecution have enough evidence to convict?
  • Is a favorable plea available to you?
  • Should we take your case to court?

We have a strong record of results because we handle each case with the highest level of competence, professionalism and care.

A conviction for leaving the scene of an accident can result in a one-year driver’s license suspension. In addition to handling your criminal charges, we will do our best to protect your driving privileges. Attorney Steve Minert enjoys a strong reputation for his ability to adeptly handle driver’s license issues.

Contact Minert Law Office

To speak with a criminal defense attorney about an eluding or fleeing charge, contact Minert Law Office in Boise, Idaho. To schedule your free consultation, call 208-991-3394 or contact us by e-mail. Please give us a call. We can help!

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