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Solano DDP7. Do I have to take DUI classes again?

In most cases, a Solano County DUI attorney will advise that a Solano County DUI conviction with a prior DUI offense within ten years of the current offense results in a court order to enroll in, and complete, the Solano County DUI Program 18-month multiple offender weekly classes in Fairfield, Vallejo, or Vacaville, or another qualifying California DUI program. CVC 23542(b)(1).

The best Solano DUI lawyers know that as of 2009, even if we can reduce a new multiple offense DUI charge to a "second Wet" reckless charge, the new wet reckless conviction typically still requires at least the extended nine-month DUI program classes if there is a prior DUI or wet reckless conviction with an arrest date within 10 years of the new arrest date. CVC 23103.5(e).

Of course, the best way to avoid the pain of these typically less-than-convenient or intelligent nine-month or 18-month DUI programs would be to avoid a new Solano DUI or Wet conviction altogether. Consult with a Fairfield, Vallejo, or Vacaville DUI lawyer about your specific case.


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