Michael James Gross Sentenced

On March 14, 2012 in the Court of Common Pleas, No. 194-2011, Michael James Gross was sentenced as follows:  As to Count 2: DUI: Tier 3 – 2nd Offense, Serve a term of incarceration of not less than 3 months nor more than 60 months.  Fine of $1500.00.  As to Count 3:  Exceed 55 mph by 16 mph, fine of $57.00.  The defendant will pay the costs of court.  The defendant shall pay a supervision fee of $25 per month, and an administrative fee of $20 per month for all time spent on probation/parole.  The defendant may petition the court for early release from parole after 24 months provided he is in full compliance with all terms of this order.  The defendant will perform 20 hours of community service for Potter County at the discretion of Probation and the defendant shall be responsible for the cost of insurance regarding his/her participation.   The defendant will make a monetary donation to the Food Bank in lieu of performing 20 hours of community service.  Dollar amount will be set by Probation.  The defendant shall pay Local Lab Fee Reimbursement of $74.00.  The defendant shall be work release eligible.  The defendant will pay a Court Reporting Network Test Fee of  $100.00.  The defendant will pay a fee of $300 under Act 198.  The defendant will attend DUI Alcohol Safe Driving School and be responsible for the cost thereof.  The defendant having been the subject of a D & A evaluation will take part in recommended treatment programs relative to drug or alcohol abuse, at his/her own expense.  The defendant will attend AA and/or NA meetings as directed.  The defendant is sentenced to take part in the Potter County Victim Impact Panel Presentation to be held on Monday, March 19, 2010 at 7:00 pm in the courtroom.  He will pay a fee of $35.00 in cash to defray cost, payable in full at the time of the presentation.  The defendant’s participation and attendance are mandatory.  Sentencing to certain offenses may make the defendant subject to applicable driver’s license suspensions and/or interlock device requirements; these are assessed by PennDOT.  Defendant’s driver’s license shall be suspended for a period of 18 months, 12 months interlock.


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