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Top Ten Questions > From Multiple Offenders

court accounting office8. How much are the fines?

Solano County DUI attorneys will tell you that the fines for a DUI conviction are typically the same regardless of the number of prior DUI convictions, and are approximately $2400 in most DUI cases.

Of course, the best way to avoid DUI fines is to avoid a DUI conviction, or reduce the charges to a "Wet Reckless" or better; if charges are reduced or dismissed, the fine exposure would be expected to drop sharply (for example, a typical Wet Reckless fine is only one-third of a DUI fine, or around $850.00).

If a DUI case cannot be dismissed or reduced, then good local Fairfield, Vallejo and Vacaville DUI lawyers always arrange fine payments as little as $50-75 per month for our clients, if paying the full amount would be a hardship to you and your family. Consult with a Solano County DUI lawyer about financial arrangements and DUI defenses in your specific case.


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