i was involved in a hit & run using another persons car.i smashed a parked car & was able to drive away.what should i do?i am involved in another accident from november & have a previous dui.
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Are you on probation for the DUI or the previous accident?
no it happened a few years ago & it was all taken care of.
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just to let you know i amin canada.my thing says california.i don't know why
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