- Aug. 18, 2019
-- Ms. Torgerson's client was a young female attending a university in St. Paul. She also planned on attending graduate school. Oftentimes, working to protect a client's future is important. There was an investigation into an automobile accident potentially involving Ms. Torgerson's client, as to whether Ms. Torgerson's client had been involved in an auto accident and left the scene without leaving the required name, address, automobile insurance information, etc. In this type of circumstance, it is often a good idea to retain a lawyer on a "pre-charge"
basis, before any charges are brought. This type of crime is colloquially called a hit and run, or leaving the scene of an accident. After having invoked her client's constitutional Fifth Amendment rights to remain silent and to counsel, corresponding with the City Attorney's Office, and handling other insurance related issues, no charges were ever brought against Ms. Torgerson's client. Sometimes it is a good idea to retain counsel before making any statements to the police, inasmuch as people have rights to remain silent and to counsel. So doing may result in criminal charges never being brought, and protecting your future. Well done Ms. Torgerson.
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