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Hit-and-run crimes in Florida can be considered a felony according to Florida Statute § 316.062, which states a driver’s duty to give information and render aid, and § 316.027, which requires the same for any accident resulting in death or personal injury.
Additionally, § 316.061 applies to accidents involving occupied vehicles or attended property and § 316.063 involves damaging an unattended vehicle or property.
During a DUI accident, an individual can face a first-degree felony conviction if they are accused of leaving the scene of a DUI accident without giving information or rendering aid. The only condition is that they must have been aware or had reason to be aware that the accident occurred. Felonies of the first degree can result in a fine of up to $10,000 and may land you in prison for up to 30 years. Make sure that you have an aggressive and skilled Miami DUI attorney on your side if you are facing charges.
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For over 35-plus years combined, our attorneys have defended clients facing all types of DUI charges. We practice solely in Miami-Dade County and are thoroughly familiar with the courts, judges and prosecutors who appear there regularly. We have also received numerous accolades, including an AV Preeminent* rating with Martindale-Hubbell and inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers each year since 2010.
Justin Beckham and Helmuth Solis were both selected for inclusion in the 2010 list of Florida Super Lawyers. Contact our firm right away at 305-860-4884 or reach out to us online for the capable defense that you need when facing serious charges of a felony DUI.
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