It is the responsibility of the driver of a motor vehicle that collides with another vehicle to exchange insurance information and other identifying information with the other driver. In the event that the vehicle is parked and the owner of the owner is not present, a driver is required to leave his identifying information in a place that is conspicuous, so that the owner of the vehicle will find it. If this is not done then the driver can be charged with hit-and-run.
I am happy to report that, I was able to convince the prosecutor and the court to dismiss my clients charge and expunge the record.
This is a wonderful outcome for my client.
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