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Hawaii Hit and Run Laws

Hawaii Hit and Run Laws

Hawaii hit and run laws: What happens if you leave the scene of an accident without rendering reasonable assistance? 291C-13, Hawaii hit and run law, requires you to stop and aid any injured person after an accident. Failure to stop is a misdemeanor or felony. Quick...
Hawaii Sexting Laws

Hawaii Sexting Laws

According to Hawaii sexting laws, knowingly commanding, requesting, or encouraging a minor to use an electronic device to send or receive nudes or sexually explicit content is a misdemeanor, punishable by up to one year in prison Quick take: Teenage/minor sexting is...
Hawaii Whistleblower Laws

Hawaii Whistleblower Laws

A Summary of Hawaii Whistleblower Laws Hawaii follows the employment-at-will doctrine. Under this doctrine, employees can be fired for any reason or no reason. However, there are exceptions to this rule which are used to protect employees. This includes common law...
Hawaii Lemon Law

Hawaii Lemon Law

Table Of ContentsHawaii Lemon Laws – SummaryLemon Eligibility in HawaiiHawaii Lemon Law on Used VehiclesRepair AttemptsHawaii Lemon Law Compensation – Repurchase or Replacement Hawaii Lemon Laws – Summary Hawaii’s lemon laws state that if a buyer or...
Hawaii Child Support Laws

Hawaii Child Support Laws

Everything you need to know about Child Support Laws in Hawaii. Updated 2020. Hawaii child support guidelines place parental care as the responsibility of both parents, consequently, both parents whether married or unmarried must cater to their child’s needs....
Hawaii Car Seat Laws

Hawaii Car Seat Laws

A Summary of Child Car Seat Laws in Hawaii Rear-facing seats can be used by children until they weigh 20 pounds or more and are at least 1 year old.Children should exceed the rear-facing weight and height limit before transitioning to the next seat.The law requires...