Hit-And-Run Defense Lawyer In Kalamazoo

Leaving the scene of an accident is a serious legal offense, whether or not someone was injured in the accident. A crash may have damaged property only, and leaving without exchanging contact information with the other driver is illegal. If an accident resulted in injury or death, you could be subject to felony charges. You should call the police if someone was injured.

I am David G. Moore, a hit-and-run defense attorney in Kalamazoo and Portage who has practiced in criminal law for more than 10 years. I have handled thousands of cases involving criminal matters such as accusations of leaving the scene of an accident. Before opening my law practice, I served as an assistant district attorney. I can advise clients on recommended strategies that take into account process and procedures on both sides of the law.

What If You Have Been Accused Of Fleeing The Scene Of A Crash?

You may have left the scene of an accident in a state of shock — and then came to your senses. Now what to do? Contact a lawyer before calling the police, discussing the accident with any investigator or admitting wrongdoing to anyone. If the police find you and file criminal charges, insist on your right to representation by a lawyer before submitting to interrogation by an investigator.

Charged With Leaving The Scene Of An Accident? Contact An Experienced Defense Lawyer With Offices In Kalamazoo.

If you have been accused of leaving the scene of an accident (hit-and-run), a lawyer's advice and representation is essential. Call my Portage office at 269-216-4573 or toll free at 888-527-6768 to arrange for a free, confidential consultation with a traffic offense and DUI attorney. Discuss strategies for fighting the charges and protecting your future. You may also contact me online for a quick response.