It usually is up to the officer if he wants to get a warrant. The officer did not see you driving, and he may decide not to charge you since it was a one car accident.
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Consider consulting with an experienced criminal defense attorney to discuss your options in greater detail. Be careful about posting specific details online. The concern would be that this information may be accessed by witnesses, police, or others. So, consult with a local criminal defense lawyer. Good luck.
If you were not arrested and there was no blood alcohol test I doubt you will be charged.
Always consult an attorney IMMEDIATELY as there are time limitations on filing a lawsuit.
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