Was your son DUI while you were in the car? Were you aware of this? Regardless you need to seek immediate representation from a qualified local attorney.
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First of all, I don't see a question in your post. Secondly, you should consult with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.Ask a similar question
Please hire a criminal lawyer for help with this. Do not make any statements until you speak with a good lawyer. Good luckAsk a similar question
Most hit-and-run identifications are made because the driver admits they were driving. (i.e., they confess) The police must prove the identity of the driver beyond a reasonable doubt. The driver has the absolute right to remain silent and to invoke the right to counsel. Any driver in an alleged hit-and-run should remain absolutely silent and retain the services of a qualified criminal defense lawyer immediately.Ask a similar question
As stated by the above attorneys, contact a Criminal Defense lawyer right away. You may be able to get a free consultation if requested. Good luck.
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Follow the advice of the other responders and consult with a criminal defense attorney immediately. Given the nature of your incident, STOP posting any more information on this site, which is open to public view.Ask a similar question
I wish you would've posted this before talking to the police. You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney in person. Don't post any more specifics on this site. I offer free 1 hour consult as do others on Avvo.
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Accept the citation and get your car back. The cops are not going to change their minds. However they are not the finders of fact. Your remedy lies in court.Ask a similar question
You need to hire a criminal defense attorney NOW. You may contact our office for some referrals at 562-981-1010Ask a similar question