technically you could be charged with leaving the scene of an accident. now if any body saw you leave the scene and saw where you turned around the cops will probably search the area for the drugs you threw out… Full Answer
Do not leave the scene. Call the police immediately!! After which you would contact your insurance company. Leaving the scene of an accident is a felony in most state in the US. It is known as "Hit and run", or… Full Answer
More than likely you will be charged with the accident and may be charged with leaving the scene of an accident. It will be up to the police department to investigate the accident and determine if you did indeed hit… Full Answer
You are guilty of "hit and run" - "leaving after colliding" - "leaving the scene of an accident" or, "failing to render aid." All are prosecutable offenses for which you may lose your license and/or spend time in jail.
YES !!! VERY ILLEGAL!! its not illegal to hit your children , but you can only hit them with minimum force which means you cannot leave a mark on them ! but why would you want to hit your children… Full Answer
If you don't get caught: nothing If you do get caught: The cost of the repairs, plus the cost of a lawyer if you decide to hire one because you will be charged with leaving the scene of an accident… Full Answer
Penalties for hit and run can vary from state to state. But no matter where you are it is still considered a felony if you leave the scene of a crime especially one you yourself was involved with. Heavy fines… Full Answer
In many states, including Georgia, it is a felony if you leave the scene of an accident. However, in Kentucky, it isn't a felony to leave the scene of an accident. Addition: Since the question asks nothing about felony offenses… Full Answer
I'm not sure what the question is asking in regards to what was hit, but whether it be another car, a fixed object, or a pedestrian that you hit, the simple answer is you can be arrested and charged with… Full Answer
Never. Children learn by example. I have three children & two grand children. None of us raise a hand to another human being. We respect all living things. My husband is an engineer. I educated my children. One was a… Full Answer
No. It is not always required for an officer to respond to an accident where no injuries are involved. Hit and run is a designation usedwhen someoneis involved inan accident and leaves the scene without providing the information required by… Full Answer
Yes. Like a hit and run? If you saw an accident happen and left it is highly unlikely, if not impossible, but if you were involved in anyway it is illegal to leave without first of all stopping your vehicle… Full Answer
An accident with possible injuries and death. If you have an accident while texting and someone dies as a result of this you can be charged with negligent homicide and if convicted go to jail for a long time.
== == Question..........Did you leave the scene of the accident? If so, you should have been charged by police. On the other hand, if you didn't run and the other driver did run away, you are OK. And YES you… Full Answer