What is considered "leaving the scene" of an accident?

What is considered "leaving the scene" of an accident?

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Answered: Leaving the sceneof accident in ca

Uncle Frank had a friend that use to type under the influsement of drugs. Got up to 683 wpm. Set the typewriter on fire. Dislocated his thumb. We pasted some of the manuscript into Google translate and it could not identify the language. So sad.

Answered: Last night I my friend had a car accident and she ...

A police report will be needed if she plans to have her auto insurance repair any damage. If the car is driveable - & she plans to foot the bill herself for repairs - skip the insurance company & the police report.

Answered: What violations did this driver commit?

The state will usually only press charges if they think they will win. If the person driving the van did not know there was a body on his roof a jury would probably not find him guilty, so the prosecutor would not charge him knowing that he will likely walk away free.

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