By Daily Republic Staff
Rodriguez High School students will become eyewitnesses to what can happen if they are arrested and prosecuted for driving while in some way impaired.
About 350 students will attend a real trial conducted Tuesday by Solano Superior Court Judge Raymond Wieser at the Fairfield campus. It will run from 8:10 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.
Conducting the DUI trial at high schools is a strategy to help reduce community alcohol problems, including motor vehicle crashes. Wieser will make a brief presentation after the trial and help facilitate an interactive civics lesson.