Hit and Run Lawyer
When you hear the phrase hit and run, a very negative connotation immediately pops into your head. The reality is that hit and run charges are broadly applied by Colorado police officers, and the charge may not always be applicable to the conduct. For example, if another driver alleges that you hit their car and you had no idea there was an accident you can be charged with hit and run. Second, many times drivers will agree to report an incident to their insurance, but not to involve this police. If the other driver calls the police after you leave depending upon what they report you might get charged with hit and run.
These are also very serious charges; even a first hit and run is 12 points, which would result in immediate revocation of a license. Jail time is also a possibility depending on the facts of the case. We will make sure your criminal exposure is limited to the farthest extent possible.
If you have been charged with hit and run in Denver or anywhere in Colorado, contact our office immediately to speak with a skilled Denver criminal lawyer who will fight to protect your good name and aggressively defend you rights in court.
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