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809(1) The summary conviction court may in its discretion award and order such costs as it considers reasonable and not inconsistent with such of the fees established by section 840 as may be taken or allowed in proceedings before that summary conviction court, to be paid (a) to the informant by the defendant, where the summary conviction court convicts or makes an order against the defendant; or (b) to the defendant by the informant, where the summary conviction court dismisses an information.

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