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6. How much are the fines?

court accounting officeKnowledgeable local Fairfield, Vallejo, or Vacaville DUI lawyers should tell you that a typical misdemeanor DUI fine in Solano County is approximately $2400. However, if the case is reduced or dismissed, the fine exposure may drop sharply; for example, a typical "Wet Reckless" reduction is usually around one-third of the fine in a regular Solano DUI case, or around $850. A typical minor zero-tolerance infraction DUI case would result in an even smaller fine.

If the case cannot be reduced or dismissed, then in order to ensure that a DUI does not cause an immediate and substantial financial burden on the defendant, the best Solano DUI attorneys always obtain affordable monthly payments, as little as $50, per month for our DUI clients if paying the full fine at once, or in the first 90 days, would constitute a hardship on you or your family. Of course the best way to avoid DUI court fines is to avoid a DUI conviction by beating the DUI charges outright. Consult with a Solano County DUI lawyer about your specific case.


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