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How Much Will a DWI Cost?

June 21, 2005

ALPHARETTA, GA — Based on the national average, a first offense DWI will cost more than $7,500, according to Dan Lanktree of Gold Cross Safety. Costs include insurance surcharges, attorney fees, court costs and fines, bail, and alcohol driving school. The above cost does not include the other costs related to loosing your license to drive (average license suspension 3-6 months) and possible job loss.
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