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|Missouri||Mo. Ann. Stat. § 476.385(3)||Schedule of fines committee, appointment, duties, powers--associate circuit judges may adopt schedule--central violations bureau established--powers, duties||
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There shall be a centralized bureau to be established by supreme court rule in order to accept pleas of not guilty or guilty and payments of fines and court costs
for violations of the laws and ordinances described in subsection 1 of this section, made pursuant to a schedule of fines established pursuant to this section. The centralized bureau shall collect, with any plea of guilty and payment of a fine, all court costs which would have been collected by the court of the jurisdiction from which the violation originated.
|Missouri||Mo. Ann. Stat. § 488.503||Contracting for collection of delinquent court-ordered payments authorized--fees added to amount due||
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To collect on past-due court-ordered penalties, fines, restitution, sanctions, court costs, including restitution and juvenile monetary assessments, or judgments to the State of Missouri or one of its political subdivisions,
any division of the circuit court may contract with public agencies or with private entities operating under a contract with a state agency or the office of state courts administrator. Any fees or costs associated with such collection efforts shall be added to the amount due, but such fees and costs shall not exceed twenty percent of the amount collected.