FIrst offense DUI in Pennsylvania. Are court costs the same as program fee? What does the total turn out to be?
It really could vary with total costs and fines being between 850 and 1800. Of course, if you caused damage of any sort to someone's property there could also be restitution
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Court fees are about $600.00. Classes cost about $600.00. Better to fight your case and beat it if possible. Good luck.
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Not more than 2k. Contact a local dui attorney for help on this matter.
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