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Did you leave the scene of the accident?
Do you have any criminal record?
Please provide me with more details about the situation.
Thank you for your follow up.
I am not clear on the facts related to your situation.
After you hit another person's vehicle, did you remain on the scene and waited for the police to report the accident?
Did you realize that hitting someone's vehicle with a tire iron is a crime?
When you say you were "charged" with trespassing, do you mean criminal charge was filed against you?
Did you make any admissions to the police?
Did you consult and retain an experienced local criminal defense attorney?
Did you fully compensate the owner of the damaged vehicle for any damage done by you to the car?
Is the owner of the vehicle / victim willing to cooperate with the police and wants the state to pursue criminal charges against you?
Why did you engage in such criminal conduct of vandalizing another person's car?
Did the police indicate which criminal charges might be pursued against you?
Why do you think that there might be an option to avoid criminal charges, after not only crime was committed, but also the person who committed the crime made an admission to the police and there is video recording to support the criminal charges?
Unfortunately, I am afraid I cannot provide you with the favorable answer or any options to avoid criminal charges, so I will opt-out of your question at no charge to you and wish you the best of luck!