Hit and Run

Hit and Run offense in Los Angeles and your Driver’s License

March 14, 2013

Here I explain whether a conviction for what is commonly known as Hit and Run offense will cause the DMV to suspend driver’s license. The answer will greatly depend on whether the hit and run involved an injury to any person.  In the event, there was no injury (which is commonly would be charged as a violation of Vehicle Code Section 20002),  the suspension is not mandatory.  Once the conviction shows up at the DMV, the DMV can, but is not required to suspend driver’s license.  The relevant law is found in California Vehicle Code Section 13361, which states: “The department may suspend the privilege of any person to operate a motor vehicle upon receipt of a duly certified abstract of the record […]

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