I am on my way to the Dunwoody Municipal Court to defend my client charged with hit and run at the perimeter mall shopping center.

A car being parking in a crowded mall parking lot, can easily strike another vehicle either entering or leaving the parking space. Sometimes the collision is so small that the driver of the car is unaware that the collision happened. The laws of the state of Georgia or clear on this matter.
If the vehicle you are driving causes damage to another vehicle or property, you are required to stop your vehicle and search for the owner of the vehicle or the property that was damaged. If you are unable to find the owner, then you must leave a your personal identifying information so that the owner of the vehicle or property can contact you. Failure to do this can lead to you being charged with a hit and run violation, and  the consequences of this can be severe.
If you have questions or if you have been charged with a hit-and-run violation, contact the hit and run defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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