When there is an injury or a certain amount of property damage, you are supposed to report the accident, leave your info etc. Failure to do so can be hit and run, even if the accident was not your fault. Hit and run is a criminal offense. it is good you had ins to pay the damage to the victim. Paying the damage, doesnt neccessarily make the criminal charge go away. You should consult with a criminal defense atty, or the public defender if youre eligible.
You're facing misdemeanor charges that can put 2 points on your driving history, not to mention probation, possible jail time, community service and probation.
I can only assume you have an attorney representing you - if not, it's time to consult one ASAP. There may be ways to resolve this case short of a trial and without a conviction, but it depends on all the facts.
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