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Assuming that he is found guilty and his sentences
are to run concurrently, he would be facing any or all of the following:
Probation for up to three years,
Up to six months in the county jail,
A maximum $1,000 fine,
A possible 30-day impound of the vehicle.
(Infraction Vehicle Code 12500 VC)
The prosecutor may agree to reduce the charge in a plea deal, but this is highly subjective and I strongly
recommend having counsel represent him, as that would really help to give him an advantage.
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