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CA Traffic Ticket Penalties

Penalties, unlike fines, are uniform throughout the state. This means you'll face the same penalty regardless if you're ticketed in Orange county or Humboldt county. Penalties include points added to your driving record and the suspension or revocation of your California driver's license. There are, however, penalty variations based on license type. A permit holder, for example, will face different speeding penalties than say a driver carrying a commercial driver's license (CDL).
California Point System
A conviction for a moving traffic violation will bring points to your CA driving record. The severity of the infraction determines how long the point or points remain on your driving record. In some situations, the court may waive points in exchange for completing a court approved traffic school program.
California assigns points based on the traffic violation:
1 point is assigned to violations like speeding, making an unsafe lane change or an at-fault accident.
2 points are assigned for more serious violations like reckless driving, hit-and-run, DUI, or driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license.


California Traffic Ticket Fines and Costs

Traffic fines in California are difficult to pinpoint due to additional penalty assessment fees and surcharges that vary by county. Consequently, a traffic ticket with a $35 base fine may actually cost you $146. For help with fee explanations contact the county court listed on your citation.
If you can't locate your ticket, visit our page on Lost Traffic Tickets.
The state charges a 20% surcharge on all traffic tickets. This means, for example, a $40 fine will incur a surcharge of $8.
List of Other Additional Fees
State Penalty Assessment
County Penalty Assessment
Court Facility Construction Penalty Assessment
DNA Identification Fund Penalty Assessment
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Penalty Assessment


California DUI Defined

Per California's driving under the influence (DUI) laws, it's illegal to operate a motor vehicle with any of the following blood alcohol concentration (BAC) percentages:
0.08% or higher― 21 years old or older operating a regular passenger vehicle.
0.04% or higher―operating a commercial vehicle.
0.01% or higher―younger than 21 years old.
The state's DUI laws include medications, too. You can't legally drive if you've consumed illegal drugs or:
Excessive amounts of drugs with alcohol in them (such as cough syrup).
Prescription medication.
Over-the-counter medication.
DUI convictions stay on your driving record for 10 years.
Understand Your DUI Penalties
Not all DUI penalties or charges are the same. Depending on your age, license type, and any previous convictions, you could face:
Admin Per Se license suspension.
Criminal license suspension
Jail time or community service.
DUI school.
Installation of an ignition interlock device (IID).
SR-22 filing.
Admin Per Se Penalties

An Admin Per Se suspension occurs when the officer takes your license after you fail or refuse a chemical test. This action is taken by the CA Department of Motor Vehicles, under Admin Per Se laws and is in addition to any criminal charges given when refusing or failing a BAC test.
The officer will issue an Order of Suspension and possibly a temporary license. The officer's report, your license and any other information is then sent to the DMV. The DMV then will conduct a review. This review can set aside the suspension. You also have the right to request a hearing if you believe the suspension is unjustified. You must request an administrative hearing within 10 days of receiving the suspension order.
Chemical Test Refusal Penalties

You face harsher Admin Per Se license suspension penalties if you refuse to submit to a chemical test upon being pulled over for suspicion of drunk driving.
Younger than 21 years old
First Offense: Suspended for 1 year.
Second Offense: Revoked for 2 years.
Third Offense: Revoked for 3 years.
21 years old or Older
First Offense: Suspended for 1 year.
Second Offense: Revoked for 2 years.
Third Offense: Revoked for 3 years.
DUI Penalties: Younger than 21

Drivers younger than 21 years old face two kinds of alcohol-related offenses, and both affect their driving privileges: possessing alcohol, and violating the Zero Tolerance Law.
Possession of Alcohol
If you're younger than 21 years old, you can't possess alcohol in your vehicle unless the container is full, sealed, and unopened. You also must either:
Be with a parent or legal guardian.
Be working for a person with an off-site liquor license.
Breaking this law leads to:
Vehicle impoundment for 30 days.
Fines of up to $1,000.
License suspension for 1 year.
Zero Tolerance Law
The Zero Tolerance Law is exactly what it sounds like: California won't tolerate any amount of alcohol (specifically, 0.01% or higher) for drivers younger than 21 years old.
The first time you're charged with drunk driving, you face:
License suspension for 1 year (under the Admin Per Se Laws).
Criminal charges.
DUI school.
Hundreds of dollars in fines.
Your DUI attorney and judge will inform you of the longer suspension periods, higher fines, and more stringent DUI programs you face if you have a second or subsequent offense.
NOTE: Your suspension period is based on whether you submitted to the chemical test. See “Chemical Test Refusal Penalties" below for more information.
DUI Penalties: 21 or Older

First Offense
Immediate license suspension per the state's Admin Per Se policy for at least 4 months.
Up to 6 months in jail.
Up to $1,000 in fines. Keep in mind additional penalty fines and legal fees.
$125 fee for license reissue.
Installation of an ignition interlock device.
DUI program. The length varies depending on factors like your BAC at the time of arrest.
SR-22 filing.
Second and Subsequent Offenses
The California Driver Handbook describes penalties for second and subsequent DUI offenses as “increased," meaning you will face longer jail time and more expensive fines, in addition to the DUI program and SR-22 filing requirement.
Your license suspension and revocation periods change, too. For example, a second or subsequent offense within 10 years of your prior offense brings license suspension or revocation for at least 1 year.
Because penalties beyond first offenses are dependent upon the offense number, it's best to contact a CA DUI attorney for help.


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