My gf got in a wreck while driving on suspended license. They wrote her a ticket for not having a license on her because she was injured at the time and had to go to the ER. The officer originally wrote the ticket for driving on suspended license, but changed it due to her being injured. She has... Read more »
By "report," I am assuming that you mean the accident report prepared by the investigating officer. If my assumption is correct, then what the officer wrote on the accident report is irrelevant. What matters is what the officer charged your girlfriend with and what she paid the ticket...Read more »
There is no way to answer your specific question with any degree of certainty because we do not have enough information. If there were no other witnesses besides you and the other driver, and assuming you have not incriminated yourself, the prosecutor will not be able to prove your guilt beyond a...Read more »
My boyfriend got in a wreck by reckless driving that caused his brother to have "serious injuries". It caused the brother to be hospitalized while his brain was healing. He basically was retaught stuff but it was mostly all him. He is perfectly fine and has no restrictions nor does he... Read more »
Serious injury by vehicle is a felony. Your boyfriend needs to hire the best criminal defense lawyer he can afford, and follow that lawyer's advice. Quickly. The criminal case against your boyfriend is the state of Georgia versus your boyfriend, and the state of Georgia (through the...Read more »
The first issue is whether you are dealing with an uninsured motorist. Immediately notify the insurance company that insures the vehicle you were driving and all insurance companies that insure vehicles owned by your relatives that resided in your household on the day of the wreck. Those policies...Read more »
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