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Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer on Lance Armstrong: Lance Armstrong is a complicated public figure. He is a former world champion bicycle racer, a disgraced bicycle racer, a cancer survivor, a humanitarian and now a hit and run reckless driver. In December of 2014, Armstrong apparently struck two parked cars as he drove home after drinking at a party. Armstrong was accompanied by his girlfriend, Anna Hansen.
Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer on Lance Armstrong: After the collision, the two discussed their relative positions in the world and decided that Hansen should take the fall for the motor vehicle accident. Accordingly Hansen misrepresented to the affected persons and law enforcement that she had been driving. Unfortunately for Armstrong, the police decided that Hansen was covering for him so they conducted an extended investigation.
Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer on Lance Armstrong: Armstrong and Hansen made the classic mistake of lying to law enforcement and attempting to appear honest by having numerous discussions over the same facts. By tracing where the famous couple claimed to be located law enforcement was able to locate or claim to locate videos that would support or contradict Hansen’s statement she was driving at the time of the motor vehicle crash.
Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyer on Lance Armstrong: Armstrong and Hansen should not have lied to the police. They also should not have provided more information than they were legally required to provide. One must assume that Armstrong would have an ongoing relationship with one or more lawyers. Instead of lying, Armstrong and Hansen could have relied upon their constitutional right not to incriminate themselves. Tell the Police, “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest please let me go.”