Curfew violators face US$1,700+ fine


Santo Domingo.- Violators of the curfew in Dominican Republic will now face fines ranging from RD$1,000 to more than RD$100,000 (US$1,700), according to a scale established yesterday by the Attorney General’s Office. The fines will depend on the type of violation committed by a particular person or the owner of a commercial establishment that allows an agglomeration of people greater than that established. Now the pedestrians who violate the curfew will pay a fine of RD$1,000; motorcyclists RD$2,000; the driver of a vehicle RD$5,000 and the person who is detained in a night club will pay RD$2,000. While bars, restaurants or any other entertainment space, as well as a private party that violates the measures, will be fined RD$100,000. The owner or person in charge of a bus that transports […]

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