Answer: As with state cases, attorney fees are dependent on what you’re charged with, where you’re charged and other specific case factors. So that really depends on a lot of specific information in the case. As far as court fees, those are different in federal court as they are, obviously, set differently, set by the federal government versus the state or county government. But the procedure is basically the same: they set a certain court fee. Generally it’s fairly low in federal court, so unless you’re talking about fines or anything like that, it’s going to be lower in federal court than it is in state court.