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My son is in court for traffic offense?

Basically, he bought a car with the purpose of being able to learn to drive to enable him to be able to help me when I have a bad relapse. He does everything for me. I am disabled and when I have a relapse I would be lost without him. He bought the car and went to drive home and put in garage until he got his license. Stupidly he drove it back and hit a car, didn't stop, nothing major simply panicked as in his own words. I picked up his mom recently as dad had a bad stroke and I was bedridden. Now he has been offered a new job. I didn't know what else to do. I was only trying to do a good thing and now look what I've done.

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