Any offender sentenced to a community sentence pursuant to the Oklahoma Community Sentencing Act which requires supervision shall be required to pay a supervision fee. The supervising agency shall establish
system under a court-ordered community punishment shall be required to pay an administrative fee to support the local system which shall not exceed Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per month to be set by the court. Administrative fees when collected shall be deposited with the Community Sentencing Division within the Department of Corrections and credited to the local community sentencing system for support and expansion of the local community corrections system. In the event the court fails to order the amount of the administrative fee, the fee shall be Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per month.
paid by the offender. With the exception of supervision fees, other fees, costs, fines, restitution, or monetary obligations ordered to be paid by the offender shall not cease with the termination of active supervision and such obligations shall continue until fully paid and may be collected in the same manner as court costs.
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