Solano County DUI

Solano County includes the cities of

In 2010, there were a total of 1,720 DUI arrests in Solano County, including both misdemeanor and felony DUI. For every 100 licensed drivers in Solano County, there were 0.6 DUI arrests (compared to 0.8 statewide). Underage (less than 21) DUI arrests were 7.6% of the total, compared to 8.1% statewide.

Solano County DMV Hearings
DMV Adminsitrative Hearings for Solano County are handled out of the Sacramento DMV Driver Safety office located at 4700 Broadway, 2nd Floor, 95820-1501. Further directions to the Sacramento DMV DSO.

Solano County Courts
DUI arrests are handled by either the Solano County criminal court in Fairfield or Vallejo.

Solano County Law Enforcement
Solano County District Attorney
California Highway Patrol
Alameda County Sheriff
Benicia Police Department
Dixon Police Department
Fairfield Police Department
Rio Vista Police Department
Suisun City Police Department
Vacaville Police Department
Vallejo Police Department

Solano County DUI News
Vacaville Reporter DUI News
Google News

Solano County DUI Notice
Remember if you have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence in Vacaville, Vallejo, Dixon, or any other Solano County city, you only have 10 days to contact the DMV or you will automatically have your California Driver’s License suspended. You should also contact a DUI attorney right away. Many of them will offer a free initial consultation.

Solano County History
From the Wikipedia entry on Solano County
Solano County was one of the original counties of California, created in 1850 at the time of statehood. Prior to statehood, it had been referred to as Benicia County.[citation needed]

At the request of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, the county derives its name directly from an Indian Chief, Chief Solano of the Suisun people, a Native American tribe of the region and Vallejo’s close ally. Chief Solano at one time led the tribes between the Petaluma River and the Sacramento River. The chief was also called Sem-Yeto, which signifies “brave or fierce hand.” The Chief was given the Spanish name Francisco Solano during baptism at the Catholic Mission, and is named after the Spanish Franciscan missionary, Father Francisco Solano. “Solano” is a common surname in the north of Spain, specially in Navarra, Zaragoza and La Rioja.