Sounds like she needs a traffic attorney and the keys to the car taken away.
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Sounds like she will get sued and the plaintiff will go after personal assets if there is no insurance. Call an attorney and consult one right away.
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Sounds like she has a problem. She needs an attorney that does a lot of traffic matters. Remember, he/she can only do so much.
I agree with both attorneys, why is she still driving?
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Not quite sure why she is driving without a license and insurance. Best bet is to buy her a bicycle, and get her a good criminal lawyer.
If, as I assume, she was at fault for this third accident, her freedom and both your finances are in major jeopardy. This is why you have insurance and only drive with a license in California.
What happens now is exactly what's coming to you both for allowing this to happen. Get a criminal lawyer if you can.
Was the accident her fault? Its not exactly clear.
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