Suppose that Bob steals Alice's wallet, which contains her driver license, from her purse. She does not notice that he did this.
Alice, thinking that her wallet is still in her purse (she has no reason to suspect otherwise), then gets in her car and drives. She is pulled over, cannot find her license, and is ticketed for driving without a license (assume this is in a jurisdiction where it is an infraction to not have the original government-issued document on one's person while driving). She is then required to pay a fine.
Later, evidence is found proving that Bob had stolen Alice's wallet, and he is convicted for theft. In addition to any other claims Alice may have against Bob for the theft, can she sue him for the amount of the fine that she had to pay due to his crime?