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|Oregon||Or. Rev. Stat. § 5.125||Collection by state courts||
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In the county court there shall be charged and collected in advance by the county clerk as clerk of the court, for the benefit of the county, the following fees,
and no more, for the following purposes and services . . .
|Oregon||Or. Rev. Stat. § 137.450||Enforcement of money judgment in criminal action||
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A judgment against the defendant or complainant in a criminal action, so far as it requires the payment of a fine, fee, assessment, costs and disbursements of the action or
restitution, may be enforced as a judgment in a civil action.
|Oregon||Or. Rev. Stat. § 137.118(1)-(2)||Assignment of judgments for collection of monetary obligation; costs of collection. [Effective January 1, 2020]||
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(1) Judgments in criminal actions that impose monetary obligations, including judgments requiring the payment of fines, costs, assessments, compensatory fines, attorney fees, forfeitures or restitution, may be assigned by the state,
by a municipal court or by a justice court for collection.
(a) The state may assign a judgment to the Department of Revenue or a private collection agency.
(b) A justice court may assign a judgment to a private collection agency or, in a criminal action, to the Department of Revenue for the purposes described in ORS 156.315.
(c) A municipal court may assign a judgment to: (A) A private collection agency; or (B) The Department of Revenue for the purposes described in subsections (6) to (8) of this section, if the judgment was entered in a criminal action and part of the judgment is payable to the State of Oregon.
(d) Nothing in this subsection limits the right of a municipal court or a justice court to assign for collection judgments in matters other than criminal actions.
|Oregon||Or. Rev. Stat. § 1.202||Fee for establishing and administering account for judgment that includes monetary obligation; fee for judgment referred for collection.||
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(1) All circuit courts and appellate courts of this state, and all commissions, departments and divisions in the judicial branch of state government, shall add a fee of not less
than $ 50 and not more than $ 200 to any judgment that includes a monetary obligation that the court or judicial branch is charged with collecting. The fee shall cover the cost of establishing and administering an account for the debtor and shall be added without further notice to the debtor or further order of the court. The fee shall be added only if the court gives the defendant a period of time in which to pay the obligation after the financial obligation is imposed. Fees under this subsection shall be deposited in the General Fund.
|Oregon||Or. Rev. Stat. § 305.830||Collection of fines, penalties and forfeitures; disbursement; cost of collection||
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(1) Amounts transferred to the Department of Revenue by justice and municipal courts under ORS 153.633, 153.645, 153.650 and 153.657 shall be deposited in a suspense account established under ORS
293.445 for the purpose of receiving criminal fines and assessments.
(2) In carrying out its duties under this section, the Department of Revenue shall have access to the records and dockets of those courts charged with the duty to transfer moneys to the department under ORS 153.633, 153.645, 153.650 and 153.657.
(3) The Department of Revenue may retain from the funds transferred under ORS 153.633, 153.645, 153.650 and 153.657 an amount not to exceed two percent annually for its actual costs of collection and disbursement of funds under this section, including the cost of all examinations, investigations and searches, and of all traveling and other expenses in connection therewith. The department shall deposit the net amount of moneys in the suspense account described in subsection (1) of this section into the Criminal Fine Account.
(4) All judicial, municipal and county officers shall cooperate with the Department of Revenue with respect to the collections, searches and investigations and shall furnish the Department of Revenue with any information contained in any of the records under their respective custodies relating thereto.
(5) The Department of State Police shall cooperate in the investigation of fines, penalties and forfeitures.
|Oregon||Or. Rev. Stat. § 156.310||Payment of fines and costs||
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If the fine and costs, or any part thereof, are paid before commitment, they shall be paid to the justice. Thereafter they shall be paid to the officer in whose
custody the defendant is at the time of the payment, which officer shall immediately pay the same to the justice.
|Wisconsin||Wis. Stat. § 757.05(1)(b)||Penalty surcharge||
(b) If a fine or forfeiture is imposed by a court of record, after a determination by the court of the amount due, the clerk of the court shall collect+ See more
and transmit the amount to the county treasurer as provided in s. 59.40 (2) (m). The county treasurer shall then make payment to the secretary of administration as provided in s.59.25 (3) (f) 2.
|Wisconsin||Wis. Stat. § 755.21||Collection||
The governing body or court may contractwith a collection agency for the collection of unpaid forfeitures, assessments, and surcharges under s. 66.0114 (1) (a). Collection under this section may not+ See more
begin until the court refers the case to the collection agency. The contract shall provide that the collection agency shall be paid from the proceeds recovered by the collection agency. For each violation for which a forfeiture, assessment, or surcharge is imposed, the municipal court shall determine the amount to be distributed to each entity under s. 66.0114 (1) (bm) and (3) (b) and (c) as follows: (1) Calculate the percentage of the total violation amount to which the entity is entitled before the collection agency is paid. (2) Subtract from the amount collected for the violation the amount paid to the collection agency to collect the violation amount. (3) Multiply the remainder under sub. (2) by the percentage under sub. (1).