[OT] Hit and Run

Jonathan Duncan jonathan at bluesunhosting.com
Wed Aug 22 10:14:59 MDT 2007

On 22 Aug 2007, at 09:40, Kenneth Burgener wrote:

> The reporting officer called me back this morning and we chatted about
> my concerns.  He was very pleasant and understanding.
> The officer said that the "hit and run" is reported in the Police's
> internal database, but does not show up on the "DI 9" report because
> that report is mostly for statistical reasons.  He also said that he
> would file the "hit and run" citation at my request.
> As far as the lack of no insurance citation, he let me know that the
> report does show that her insurance was unknown, but since the vehicle
> was just purchased and the owners have 30 days to obtain insurance, he
> has no way of proving that she didn't have insurance.  But by the fact
> that it was reported on the report, she has 10 days to prove to the
> state that she has insurance, or she will get a suspended license, and
> be required to get the SR-22 insurance.  I felt much better knowing  
> that
> the state would be still perusing her lack of insurance.
> Honestly, I surely hope that she does end up having insurance, as that
> will make life much easier than having to take her to court to recoup
> the costs!

It is a lame situation.  I hope it works out for you.  I think it is  
good that you talked with the officer about it.  I think you should  
talk with anyone involved that you can in order to get it worked  
out.  Communication is a powerful tool.


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