Louisiana Hit and Run Laws

RS 14:100
C (1)(a) A driver involved in an accident that does not cause serious bodily injury or death and flees the scene of the accident shall receive a fine of up to $500, a jail term of up to 6 months, or both.
(b) A driver involved in an accident that does not cause serious bodily injury or death and flees the scene of the accident shall receive a fine of up to $500, a jail term of 10 days to 6 months, or both, when:
(i) There is proof the driver used illegal drug substances, controlled dangerous substances or consumed alcohol before the accident occurred.
(ii) The illegal drug substances, controlled dangerous substances, or alcohol the driver consumed was a contributing factor of the accident, and
(iii) The driver neglected to stop at the scene of the accident, provide identification, or supply a reasonable amount of aid, knowing these actions could have an effect on a criminal investigation or proceeding – whether it be actual, potential present, past, or future.
(2) When an accident causes serious bodily injury or death and the driver flees the scene knowing serious bodily injury or death has likely occurred, shall receive a fine of up to $5,000, a prison term of up to 10 years that may or may not include hard labor, or both.
(3) When an accident occurs causing the following conditions and the driver flees the scene of the accident, he shall receive a prison term from 5 to 20 years that may or may not include hard labor:
(a) The accident caused serious bodily injury or death.
(b) While driving a vehicle the driver was aware that an accident occurred or an accident was the direct result of his operation of the vehicle.
(c) There are previous convictions in the driver’s history that include any of those listed below.
(i) Violations made to R.S. 14:98, a law, or a state ordinance or political subdivision that bars the driver from operating any type of transportation, vehicle, or conveyance while they are impaired, intoxicated, or under the influence of any controlled dangerous substance, alcohol or drug on more than one occasion within the past ten years of the current offense.
(ii) Violations of vehicular homicide made to R.S. 14:32.1
(iii) Violations of vehicular negligent injuring made to R.S. 14:39.1
(iv) Violations of first degree vehicular negligent injuring made to R.S. 14:39.2

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