What are the chances of the driver being charged by police to be at fault to still take it to court?
Your question makes no sense. What are you taking to court? Are you saying that the person charged by the police wants to sue the other driver for damages?
Who is at fault if Driver A was changing lanes and then Driver B rear ends Driver A and then Driver B leaves the scene of the accident?
Nobody is at fault ... Driver B left the scene of an accident ... it was "B's" fault, but you do not know who Driver B is, so there is nobody to blame. Probably better off anyway - chances are Driver B had no insurance, let alone a drivers license ... and even if they had stayed and were charged with being at fault, your own insurance would wind up repairing the damage you your…
Who is at fault if Driver B was changing lanes and then Driver A rear ends Driver B and then Driver B leaves the scene of the accident?
The fact driver B left the scene does not change that driver A is at fault (there are exceptions to driver A being at fault) Additional: While Driver A may have been the striking vehicle, Driver B MAY be at fault for "Changing Lanes Without Caution." Regardless of the circumstances of the collision itself, Driver B can be charged with "Leaving the Scene of an Accident."
What is the term for a police officer not being charged criminally for speaking with his supierior about something hes done illegally?
You assaulted a police officer but you're being charged with assault by contact what's the punishment?
In the United States, you have the right to view all the evidence against you, but not necessarily immediately at the time of your arrest. After you are charged, your attorney can file "discovery" motions which require the police to disclose all evidence they have on the case, including evidence for and against you. (standard disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice.)