Mark Skipper, the man who struck pedestrians waiting at a bus stop waiting for their ride in Denver, Colorado, pleaded guilty to charges of vehicular assault, third-degree assault, and violation of bond conditions on Friday, April 4 and is awaiting his sentence.
The crash at the Regional Transportation District bus stop on Colfax Avenue and Josephine Street occurred on July 30, 2013 and had been caught on tape.
Skipper was accused of leaving the scene of the accident
by getting out of the passenger-side window of his vehicle and running away. He was arrested the following day.
Skipper is due in court on May 1.
Our lawyers at Hull & Zimmerman, P.C.,
are dedicated to helping people in Denver who have been the victims of other people's reckless actions. If you have been harmed in such an accident, call (720) 377-9631 today to discuss filing a personal injury claim.