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Light hit-and-run minimum sentences disputed in Pennsylvania

State laws obligate drivers in crashes to stay on the scene of an accident. Some motorists panic and drive away. Other drivers hit and run because they are driving under the influence. Some drivers realize Pennsylvania laws can be harsher for drivers who remain with a car accident than drivers who don't. Some state officials are wondering what reason drunk drivers have to stop when leaving could mean less prison time.

Detective: Pennsylvania driver lied to avoid homicide charges

A driver testified that a truck followed her vehicle too closely through the small Pennsylvania community of Lower Pottsgrove. The witness to a fatal car accident in November said she tapped the brakes to warn the tailgating driver of an upcoming turn.

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