No, you cannot just pay the fees as it is a criminal offense which will require your presence, the presence of counsel, or a waiver form signed by you if you do nor want to return. Also, note that in Hawaii there is an Administrative side if the case that deals with the license revocation. If you do not challenge the license revocation, there will be a license suspension. You should speak to an attorney that works these types of cases as there are time sensitive issues at play.
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Yes, I agree with attorney Martin's answer.
In the State of Hawaii, a case may be dismissed with or without prejudice. If the court dismisses the case with prejudice, the prosecutor may NOT refile the case. If the case was dismissed without prejudice, the prosecutor MAY refile the case. You would want to determine how your case was dismissed in your jurisdiction and if the prosecutor refiled your case within the proper time period for refiling. You most likely would be better off speaking to an attorney in your state that handles DUIs.