Landmark Rubicon Lawsuit Settled, Paves Way for Fair Treatment of Low-Income Drivers

August 2017

A settlement was reached today in the first lawsuit in California to challenge the suspension of driver’s licenses as a means of collecting unpaid traffic fines. The lawsuit was originally filed on June 15, 2016 by Rubicon Programs and the ACLU against Solano County Superior Court, challenging the court’s practice of suspending the driver’s licenses of people who could not afford the astronomical price of traffic tickets. Click below to read the full press release:

Landmark Rubicon Lawsuit Settled, Paves Way for Fair Treatment of Low-Income Drivers