Facing FSRA Charges

FAILURE TO STOP AND RENDER AID

Failure to Stop and Render Aid (FSRA) is also known as hit and run. Police usually assume that a driver who leaves the scene of an accident is driving while intoxicated or has something else to hide. This suspicion can make them especially conscientious in their investigation to track down the vehicle and driver. A small amount of property damage is considered a misdemeanor, but can still mean incarceration and a fine. If another person is injured in the crash, a felony charge of FSRA will be filed.

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