Is "hit and run" without leaving a note"despicable"?

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Kerwi
Asked at 2012-05-23 18:02:28
While parked outside my house , my car was beaten by another car . The driver walked away without even leaving a note. He made nearly $ 10,000 in damage to my car! California makes leaving a note on a legal requirement punishable by fine or imprisonment. We caught the guy and now he is suing . He lives in a mansion of several million dollars in Beverly Hills! For punitive damages in California , the conduct must be considered
Answer1HarolAnswered at 2012-06-13 02:00:57
Well, it's illegal. Leaving the scene of an accident for property damage . And the deliberate and illegal acts are despicable.

Sure, I think it's despicable.

Suffering Succotash .
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