According to the Vail Daily, "A financial manager for wealthy clients will not face felony charges for a hit-and-run because it could jeopardize his job."
The financial manager is Martin Joel Erzinger, 52. In his position at Morgan Stanley he oversees over $1 billion in assets for his clients. He'd be forced by law to disclose a felony, which would of course not be good for business. But what about the business of justice?
A petition is available at this link: http://environment.change.org/blog/view/hitting_a_cyclist_might_not_matter_much_if_you_drive_a_mercedes
Edited by WILDCAT - 11/8/10 at 4:32pm