If you are involved in an accident and you allegedly flee the scene, you could be charged with hit and run. This is a very serious charge that could result in severe punishments and consequences that could change your life forever.
If you have been arrested or if you have received a citation or summons in the mail for a hit and run, it is imperative that you immediately contact an aggressive attorney to protect. The sooner you are able to discuss your case with a skilled Chicago criminal defense attorney at Fagan, Fagan & Davis, the sooner we will be able to begin your defense.
Understanding your charges
- Hit and run with damaged property: Class 4 felony, which carries such penalties as imprisonment up to three years in a state penitentiary and fines up to $25,000
- Hit and run with injury: Class 2 felony, which includes potential penalties such as incarceration up to seven years in a state penitentiary and fines up to $25,000
- Hit and run with fatality: Class 1 felony, which carries potentially sentencing of incarceration in a state penitentiary up to 15 years and fines up to $25,000
Have you been charged with fleeing the scene?
You are most likely upset and anxious about your charges and understandably so. Our team of skilled Chicago attorneys is well-versed in the Illinois justice system and we will work tirelessly to defend you. We have over 100 years of combined criminal defense experience and can fight to help you avoid the worst if you have been charged with fleeing the scene of an accident.
We will work to defend you in your case. It is important to remember that witnesses can be mistaken, license plate numbers can be misread, witnesses can misidentify you, and more. There are so many ways in which a hit and run case can be defended. It is only a matter of familiarizing ourselves with your case and your situation in order to offer you the defense that you need.