Hit and Run Library

A hit-and-run charge can stem from an accident that caused property damage, injuries, or death. If you did not stop at the crash scene or left before providing the required driver documentation, you could be accused of this crime.

Charged with Hit-and-Run in Los Angeles County?

Los Angeles Hit-and-Run Accidents & the Law There is a lot of confusion when a collision occurs. Sometimes it is unclear as to what caused the crash. Sometimes it is unclear if damage occurred. In some situations, it is unclear that an accident even took place to begin with. If you have been arrested for...

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Hit and Run | Resources

Hit and Run I hit a vehicle and did not stop at the scene of an accident.  What happens next? Law enforcement investigators will gather information from any witnesses present at or near the scene of the accident.  It is probable that one or more persons were able to capture your license plate, particularly given...

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Hit-and-Run in Los Angeles County: Know What to Expect

Leaving the Accident Scene: What You Should Know about Hit-and-Run Charges in Los Angeles County An accident is not something you necessarily plan for; and when it does occur, there are sometimes mistakes that are made. Some of these mistakes are more costly than others. In fact, some of these mistakes can lead to criminal...

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Robert Ernenwein, an expert and experienced Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer, has over 30 years of experience defending persons accused of Hit and Run. Mr. Ernenwein is a former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys and is Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He has been named as a “Super Lawyer” by Los Angeles Magazine and has appeared as a legal analyst on multiple cable news programs, including Fox News.

The experience and capabilities Robert Ernenwein will bring to your Hit and Run Defense are unmatched.