FAIRFIELD — The court trial for a defendant charged with driving under the influence in Solano County will take place Wednesday in the multipurpose room at Rodriguez High School, part of a program to show students the consequences of drinking and driving.
Witnesses from the Fairfield Police Department and Solano County Bureau of Forensics will testify during the court hearing. Solano County Superior Court Commissioner Raymond C. Wieser Jr. will preside.
The trial at the high school in Fairfield follows DUI court trials March 19 at Jesse Bethel High School in Vallejo and March 27 at Dixon High School.
The DUI Court in the Schools Program involves the Solano County Superior Court, the District Attorney’s Office, Public Defender’s Office, Sheriff’s Office, County Probation Department and participating school districts in Solano County. The California Administrative Office of the Courts funds the program.
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