Consequences for Hit-and-Run Offenses in Raleigh, North Carolina

in Assault, Drunk Driving, Homicide, Misdemeanors, on

Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, explains the various types of consequences for hit and run offenses in North Carolina. Under North Carolina law, a driver can be charged with a hit-and-run if they are involved in a motor vehicle accident along with any of the following criteria: Failing to stop at the scene of
Continue Reading Consequences for Hit-and-Run Offenses in Raleigh, North Carolina

Dui, Revoked License Lead to Serious Charges in Hit-and-run

in Drunk Driving, on

When the driver of the Altima struck a man on his bicycle, she didn’t bother to stop. The police caught up with her in South Carolina a day later. The bicyclist was treated at WakeMed. The driver is being held in the Wake County jail in lieu of $26,000 bail. The driver was driving without
Continue Reading Dui, Revoked License Lead to Serious Charges in Hit-and-run