Louisiana defines "hit and run driving" as the intentional failure of a driver involved in or causing any accident, to stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident, to furnish one's identity, and to render reasonable aid.
It is possible to be sentenced for this crime as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Whoever commits the crime of hit-and-run driving shall be sentenced as follows:
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