4 Levels of Hit-and-Run Charges in Washington State
The Revised Code of Washington chapter 46.52 deals with drivers’ duties when they collide with other vehicles. Drivers are obligated to stop and take reasonable steps to notify the owner and exchange information. Should they flee the scene of an accident without doing so, it’s considered a hit and run.
There are four levels of hit-and-run charges in the state of Washington, each discussed below.