Let’s look at a couple of different scenarios today. We’ll look at a run-of-the-mill lighthearted romp of a police chase on foot, and then we’ll turn our attention to an all-out-stuff-to-the-wall outlawish dangerous hellride.
It looks like Gilbert is in trouble for a couple of reasons. Specifically, because he (presumably) damaged property (by crashing cars), and because of the whole “nearly killing the nurses at the local hospital” incident. Under subsection (1)(a)(4), a Jury would most likely find that Gilbert created a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death to a person or property. Gilbert needs a good Louisville criminal defense lawyer.
Questions answered in this blog post: what constitutes fleeing and evading in Kentucky; what is the difference between fleeing and evading in the first degree and fleeing and evading in the second degree; where can I find a good Louisville criminal defense attorney; what is the penalty for fleeing and evading police in Kentucky?