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Fixed penalty work is continuing
Work is continuing to draw up legislation to introduce a new system of fixed penalties to Guernsey.

The States agreed to increase charges for offences like littering and parking tickets last year.

The new fine structure has three bands of penalties - 40, 70 and 100 - and a range of offences are covered.

The island's law officers are working on the project which should be complete by March when it will be taken back to the States for a final vote.




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