LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT INVOLVING PERSONAL INJURY NOT RESULTING IN DEATH
G.L. c. 90 § 24(2)(a)(1)
- To be found guilty of knowingly leaving the scene of an accident involving a personal injury, the Commonwealth must prove four things, beyond a reasonable doubt:
- (1) That the defendant operated a motor vehicle;
- (2) That he or she operated it in a place where the public has a right of access or in a place where members of the public have access as invitees or licensees;
- (3) That the defendant knowingly collided with or otherwise injured another person; and
- (4) That after such collision, the defendant did not stop and make known his or her name, home address, and the registration number of his or her motor vehicle.