Hit and run

Have you been accused or charged with leaving the scene of an accident better known as a “hit-and-run”? If so, you should know your rights and legal obligations. A hit-and-run can turn in to a very serious offence and could place someone in jail.  Basically, a hit-and-run means you (1) do not stop your vehicle and/or do not give your name and address when you are involved in an automobile

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Hit and run and assault: the client is acquitted

Following a parking dispute, an individual was charged with ramming another vehicle and then shoving the other driver during the argument that followed (assault, according to Section 266 b) of the Criminal Code). He was also charged with hit and run for leaving the premises (Section 252(1.1) of the Criminal Code).Criminal lawyer Veronica Vallelonga had the mandate of defending this client. She negotiated with the Prosecutor, and the lawyers agreed

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