After an accident in North Carolina, there are certain procedures that must be followed. If you leave the scene of an accident, you could be charged with a hit-and-run crime for failing to properly follow these procedures. At the Law Office of Jason H. Reece, our Mecklenburg County hit-and-run defense lawyer understands that people can make mistakes when involved in an accident. It is hard to think clearly and sometimes reactions take over. If you are facing a charge of leaving the scene of an accident, we have the skills required to properly defend your rights in court.
We have been assisting clients with their criminal defense since 1995. Our experience allows us to have a firm understanding of the procedures and court rules throughout North Carolina. Contact a Mecklenburg County criminal defense attorney for more information regarding your criminal charges.
There are many concerns for individuals charged with a hit-and-run violation or leaving the scene of an accident. We are familiar with how to defend you against many criminal consequences, including:
If you have caused personal injury during a hit-and-run, you could be facing felony charges. Felony charges carry much more serious consequences than misdemeanors and can impact your future greatly.
Our attorney is familiar with the many defenses to these charges and can even seek to have a Prayer for Judgment Continued. If a Prayer for Judgment Continued is granted by a judge, you may not incur any insurance increases or DMV points toward your license. We can also use this defense strategy with any traffic violations you may be charged with.
We serve residents of the Charlotte area, as well as people who were charged with hit-and-run violations while visiting the area. We offer reasonable fees. Payment plans are available and credit cards are accepted. Contact our North Carolina law firm for a free initial consultation with a Charlotte criminal hit-and-run defense attorney.