Can you join the military with a hit and run on your driving record ?
- STEVEN FLv 74 weeks ago
Hit and run, is not the actual legal term. However, leaving the scene of a collision, even without injuries is often a felony. Enlisting with a felony conviction is nearly impossible.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
If you were convicted of "Hit & Run" as a criminal offense (misdemeanor or felony) versus a civil driving offense you will have a very difficult time enlisting. Since the term "Hit & Run" is not a legally precise term and may involve numerous legal charges depending on the circumstances, the actual accident, your activities at the time of the accident, the State laws, etc of the accident location.
As Mrsjvb wrote it depends on a lot of outside factors.
- MrsjvbLv 74 weeks ago
Short answer: maybe
Long answer: as long as drugs or alcohol were not involved, or serious injury/death and you have completed all terms of the courts, a waiver can be requested.
But it might not be granted, based on way too many outside factors.