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if you rear-ended him, your at fault for following to close. it really doesn't matter if he is an attorney or not. not an fml.

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That would be an interesting case -- the defendsnt hires the prosecution as his attorney, and the prosecution is his own attorney.

You're guilty anyway, no use fighting it. The car that does the rear-ending is always considered guilty of tailgating.

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Not where I live. If the car in front did something stupid (like pull out in front of someone) and there are witnesses, the car in front can be charged and the rear-ender wouldn't be at fault.

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