A: In Pennsylvania, if you are convicted of DUI (General Impairment) which means your BAC was between 0.08% and 0.099%, the sentence will depend upon your criminal history and the unique facts and circumstances of your case. However, the statutory maximum sentence if this is your first offense is six months in prison, a fine in the amount of $300.00, and costs of prosecution. You also would be required to participate in a Court Reporting Network (CRN) evaluation, complete an Alcohol Highway Safety program (AHSS) and complete a possible Drug & Alcohol evaluation. Read more about the penalties for a PA DUI conviction Defending Freedom:The Ultimate Guide to DUI Cases in Pennsylvania (1st Ed.) Click here to download your free copy.