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EntertainmentVince Vaughn's 2018 DUI case dismissed after plea deal

08:05  04 may  2019
08:05  04 may  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Vince Vaughn works out plea bargain and admits to 'wet reckless' driving as DUI charges in 2018 incident are dismissed . By Adam S . Levy For Prosecutors in the plea deal agreed to dismiss charges against the 49-year-old actor, TMZ reported Friday, who was detained at a checkpoint in the

Vince Vaughn DUI Case Dismissed Pleads No Contest to Reckless Driving . Vince Vaughn got a good result in his DUI case the DUI and other charges have all been dismissed after the actor pled no contest to "wet reckless" driving .

Vince Vaughn's 2018 DUI case dismissed after plea deal© Michael Hurcomb/REX/Shutterstock Vince Vaughn attends the Vince Vaughn's DUI case from last year has been dismissed after the actor agreed to a plea bargain.

TMZ reported on Friday that the actor pleaded no contest to "wet reckless" driving. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors dropped three misdemeanor charges, including driving under the influence, driving with a .08 blood alcohol level or higher and disobeying a police officer.

The "Wedding Crashers" star will now have to pay a $390 fine, attend an alcohol education class and be on "informal probation for three years," meaning he just has to keep his nose clean. He also has to pay about $1,700 for various penalties.

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Vince Vaughn got a good result in his DUI case the DUI and other charges have all been dismissed after the actor pled no contest to "wet reckless" driving . Vince was arrested in Manhattan Beach, CA, back in June, after being snagged at a DUI checkpoint. Cops say he was uncooperative when

Vince Vaughn Arrested For DUI After Getting Stopped At A Checkpoint Vince Vaughn , 48, is reportedly in jail after being arrested for a DUI in the early

On June 10, 2018, Vince got busted for DUI when he didn't comply with cops' orders at a checkpoint in Manhattan Beach, California.

Reports said that actor was initially uncooperative when he was asked to step out of his vehicle, after which he was booked for drunk driving and obstructing an officer.

A friend with Vince was arrested for public intoxication.

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