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Man faces charges following Indianapolis auto accident

Jan 20, 2011 | Auto Accident

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January 20, 2011

WISH-TV reports that the driver who is accused of causing and fleeing from a devastating Indianapolis auto accident appeared in court to face charges.

The man struck a woman who was standing behind her vehicle and then left the scene of the Indianapolis auto accident. He was apprehended several days later and charged with three felony counts. The victim in the case lost her legs as a result of the Indianapolis auto accident.

The driver has a long history of misconduct and was driving on a suspended license. He could face 10 years in prison if convicted in the Indianapolis auto accident.

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Do you think based on his prior record, the driver should face more serious charges in this Indianapolis auto accident? How do you think the law can prevent people from continuing to drive on a suspended license?

If you have been the victim in an Indianapolis auto accident, the Indianapolis auto accident lawyers at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

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