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  • The legal system defines a hit and run as an incident in which one person causes damage to another person's vehicle or property or causes an injury and flees the scene of the accident. Even if you leave a note on that person's car, the court can still charge you with a hit and run because you did not remain on the scene or talk to a police officer. When the court charges you with a hit and run, you risk finding the police standing on your doorstep with a warrant in hand. In Las Vegas, this type of charge comes with a high likelihood of jail time and a large fine. Here at Potter Law Offices, we want you

    Mar 27,

Las Vegas, NV 89102-2314
1125 Shadow Lane Suite 100

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