Hit And Run Attorney Hit And Run Attorney

Stephen G. Rodriguez & Associates is located in Los Angeles, California and practices criminal law exclusively. A law firm comprised of several talented California criminal defense attorneys, Stephen G. Rodriguez & Associates is well equipped to handle almost any criminal matter. Stephen Rodriguez, a hit and run attorney, grew up in Texas and graduated from the University of Texas, Austin, and received his Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.

As a hit and run attorney, Mr. Rodriguez attends court on a regular basis. His constant appearances in front of Judges and Prosecutors fortify his criminal defense skills. Stephen values the importance of current education, as evidenced by his participation in the Trial Advocacy program offered by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers' College.

Mr. Rodriguez also holds membership in the following organizations:

  • Criminal Courts Bar Association
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • California Attorneys for Criminal Justice
  • Mexican American Bar Association
  • California Public Defenders Association
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Being a hit and run attorney, Stephen G. Rodriguez represents clients in the entire State of California, including Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Orange County, San Bernardino, Riverside, Sacramento, Indio, San Jose, Ventura, San Fernando Valley, or anywhere else in California. International and out-of-state residents may contact Mr. Rodriguez' for assistance with California criminal matters.

About Hit and Run accidents:

Hit and Run Accidents occur as a result of one or more parties failing to stop after a car accident or other vehicle collision and exchange necessary driver documentation.

Driver Documentation includes the following:

  • Name
  • License Number
  • Vehicle Identification Number
  • Insurance Carrier's Name and Address
  • Insurance Policy Number

Leaving the scene of an accident prior to producing the necessary driver documentation is considered Hit and Run and may carry criminal charges. A person must stop whether the accident involves a pedestrian, a moving car, a parked car, or someone's property. If the person drives away, even if the accident wasn't his fault, then he can be charged with the crime of Hit and Run.