You might be able to have some or all of the fines converted into jail time. Other than that, no such waiver of fine exists. That's part if the punishment
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While you may be able to get the court to convert the fines to jail time, the court will not waive the fees payable to the DUI program provider.
Your best option is to try and work out a payment plan with the DUI program.
How long is your DUI program? 3, 9, or 18 months? Did you know that installing an ignition interlock device on your car can help get you driving again?
The court will not address the DUI program fees. Maybe if you didn't get "kicked out soo many time"....
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There will always be additional fees each time you have to reinstate the program. If you are almost finished borrow the money, pay off the program and complete it. This MAY make you eligible for a license. As for the court fines, go to court ask that the fines be converted into community service/labor, or jail and resolve that financial issue. You have control of your destiny because there must be a reason your 'kicked out" of the program. Take control of your life and get it done. Most people complete the program in a timely basis. Good luck.
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