Our client allegedly rear ended a car and that car hit a third car. As the first 2 vehicles were pulling off the roadway, our client allegedly sped off. A civilian witness was able to get the license plate and called the police. The police responded to the residence of the alleged hit and run driver and noticed a vehicle that fit the description given to them and the vehicle had fresh damage. The driver of the vehicle ultimately confessed to leaving the scene because he was scared that this accident could ruin his career. He was then charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident. Our firm convinced the prosecutor to drop the charge based on our client’s perfect driving record, age, and career.