The cost of a DUI depends on the classification of the DUI. A fine can range from $300 to $10,000 depending on what tier a DUI is and how many someone has within a period of time.
Also, defendants typically have to pay for court costs and the cost of prosecution. They also have to pay for costs associated with probation and electronic home monitoring.
Plus, when a defendant does get their license again they have to pay the restoration fee to Penn Dot and if they have an ignition interlock requirement, they have to pay for the ignition interlock on their car.
It is important to speak with an attorney about a DUI because they can go through each of these costs to make sure that any assessment against you is fair.
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