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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-4-303  Conditions of Suspension or Probation - Attorney's Fees
 (g) (4)  (A) The assessed attorney's fee under subdivision (g)(2) of this section shall be collected by the county or city official, agency, or department designated under § 16-13-709 as primarily responsible
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for the collection of fines assessed in a circuit court or district court of this state.  (B) On or before the tenth day of each month, the county or city official, agency, or department described in subdivision (g)(4)(A) of this section shall remit any assessed attorney's fee collected to the Arkansas Public Defender Commission on a form provided by the commission. (C) The commission shall deposit the money collected into a separate account within the State Central Services Fund to be known as "Public Defender Attorney Fees" to be used solely to defray costs for the commission.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-4-205 Restitution
(6) (A) A judgment shall require payment to the Department of Community Correction. (B) The department shall provide for supervision and disbursement of funds
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under subdivision (g)(6)(A) of this section by the department's authorized economic sanction officers.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-4-703   Additional fine -- Offense committed against a child or in the presence of a child
(b) (1) A fine assessed and collected under this section shall be remitted on or before the fifteenth day of the following month to the Arkansas Children's Advocacy Center
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Fund. (2) A form identifying the amount of fines assessed under this section shall be transmitted with the collected fines.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-4-910   Disposition of Court Costs and User Fees
(a) All court costs and pre-adjudication probation program user fees assessed by the pre-adjudication probation program judge shall be paid to the circuit court clerk for remittance to the county
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treasury under § 14-14-1313.(b) The county treasurer shall credit all court costs received under this section to the county administration of justice fund to be distributed under § 16-10-307. (c) The county treasurer shall credit all pre-adjudication probation program user fees received under this section to a fund known as the county pre-adjudication probation program fund and appropriated by the quorum court for the benefit and administration of the pre-adjudication probation program.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-26-310   Costs
(c) (1) Upon entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere or being found guilty, a defendant violating §§ 5-26-303 -- 5-26-305 or §§ 5-26-307 -- 5-26-309 may be
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required to reimburse any abuse shelter or other entity providing a service to the victim under a provision of the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Act, § 16-90-701 et seq., if some proof of expense is provided in conjunction with the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Act, § 16-90-701 et seq. (2) (A) If the defendant maintains the home in which the abuse occurred and the victim will continue to incur lodging costs, the defendant may be ordered to continue to provide remuneration for the victim's lodging under a provision of the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Act, § 16-90-701 et seq., until an action is commenced in a court of competent jurisdiction.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-26-412   Payment of fine to spouse or guardian  When a fine is imposed a court may direct that it be paid in whole or in part to a spouse or to a guardian or custodian of a child. All courts Private actors Beneficiaries of support orders. Fee State, Municipal All
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-26-414   Order for periodic payments -- Release of defendant on own recognizance
(a) In its discretion, the original trial court may: (1) Order a defendant who violates § 5-26-401 to pay a certain sum periodically, for a time not to
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exceed one (1) year, to the spouse or to the guardian or custodian of a child; and (2) Release the defendant from custody upon the defendant's entering a recognizance, with or without sureties, in such sum as the original trial court may direct.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-55-107   Restitution
(a) In addition to any other fine that may be levied under § 5-4-201, any person found guilty of Medicaid fraud as described in this subchapter is required to:
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(1) Make full restitution to the Department of Human Services; and
All courts State/statewide agency Arkansas Department of Human Services Restitution State, Municipal All
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-55-107   Restitution
(a)(2) (A) Pay a mandatory fine in the amount of three (3) times the amount of all payments judicially found to have been illegally received from the Arkansas Medicaid
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Program or its fiscal agents. (B) The mandatory fine shall be credited to the general revenues of the State of Arkansas.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-55-107   Restitution
(b) (1) In addition to any other fine mandated by this subchapter or that may be levied under § 5-4-201, any person found guilty of Medicaid fraud as described
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in this subchapter may be required to pay a fine into the State Treasury in any amount up to three thousand dollars ($3,000) for each claim judicially found to be fraudulently submitted to the Arkansas Medicaid Program or its fiscal agents. (2) A fine under subdivision (b)(1) of this section shall be credited to the general revenues of the State of Arkansas.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-55-108 Civil penalties -- Expenses
(a) (1) Any person against which any civil judgment is entered as the result of a civil action brought or threatened to be brought by the State of Arkansas,
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through the Attorney General, on a complaint alleging the person to have fraudulently received any payment from the Arkansas Medicaid Program or its fiscal agents, is required to pay a civil penalty in the amount of two (2) times the amount of all payments judicially found to have been fraudulently received from the Arkansas Medicaid Program or its fiscal agents. (2) Any penalty shall be paid into the State Treasury and credited to the General Revenue Fund. (3) The judgment upon which the civil penalty is based shall be paid as restitution to the Department of Human Services.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-55-108 Civil penalties -- Expenses
(b) (1) Any person against which any civil judgment is entered as the result of a civil action brought or threatened to be brought by the State of Arkansas,
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through the Attorney General, on a complaint alleging the person to have fraudulently submitted any claim to the Arkansas Medicaid Program or its fiscal agents, may be required to pay a civil penalty into the State Treasury in any amount up to two thousand dollars ($2,000) for each claim judicially found to have been fraudulently submitted to the Arkansas Medicaid Program or its fiscal agents. (2) The entirety of the civil penalty shall be credited to the fund.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-55-108 Civil penalties -- Expenses
(c) (1) Any person against which any civil judgment is entered as the result of a civil action brought or threatened to be brought by the State of Arkansas,
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through the Attorney General, on a complaint alleging any fraudulent receipt of payment from or false claim submitted to the Arkansas Medicaid Program or its fiscal agents, may be required to pay into the State Treasury all reasonable expenses that the court determines have been necessarily incurred by the Attorney General in the enforcement of this subchapter. (2) The entirety of the amount under subdivision (c)(1) of this section shall be credited to the fund.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-65-117   Seizure and sale of a motor vehicle or motorboat (c) The proceeds of the sale of the seized motor vehicle or motorboat shall be deposited into the county general fund. All courts County N/A Fine State, Municipal All
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-65-119   Distribution of fee
(2) The fee under subdivision (a)(1) of this section shall be distributed as follows: (A) Seven percent (7%) of the revenues derived from this fee
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shall be deposited into the State Treasury as special revenues and credited to the Public Health Fund to be used exclusively for the Office of Alcohol Testing of the Department of Health; (B) Thirty-three percent (33%) of the revenues derived from this fee shall be deposited as special revenues into the State Treasury into the Constitutional Officers Fund and the State Central Services Fund as a direct revenue to be used by the Office of Driver Services for use in supporting the administrative driver's licensing revocation and sanctions programs provided for in this subchapter; (C) Ten percent (10%) of the revenues derived from this fee shall be deposited into the State Treasury, and the Treasurer of State shall credit them as general revenues to the various funds in the respective amounts to each and to be used for the purposes as provided in the Revenue Stabilization Law, § 19-5-101 et seq.; and (D) Fifty percent (50%) of the revenues derived from this fee shall be deposited into the State Treasury as special revenues to the credit of the Department of Arkansas State Police Fund.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-65-304   Seizure, suspension, and revocation of license -- Temporary permits
 (3) Forty percent (40%) of the revenues derived from the fee under this subsection shall be deposited into the State Treasury as special revenues and credited to the Public Health Fund
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to be used exclusively for the Blood Alcohol Program of the Department of Health.
State/statewide agency State/statewide agency Blood Alcohol Program of the Department of Health Fee State, Municipal All
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-65-310   Refusal to submit to a chemical test
(3) Forty percent (40%) of the revenues derived from the fee under this subsection shall be deposited into the State Treasury as special revenues and credited to the Public Health Fund
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to be used exclusively for the Blood Alcohol Program of the Department of Health.
State/statewide agency State/statewide agency Blood Alcohol Program of the Department of Health Fee State, Municipal All
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-70-102   Prostitution
(d) In addition to any other sentence authorized by this section, a person who violates this section by offering to pay, agreeing to pay, or paying a fee to engage in
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sexual activity upon conviction shall be ordered to pay a fine of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) to be deposited into the Safe Harbor Fund for Sexually Exploited Children.
State/statewide agency State/statewide agency Safe Harbor Fund for Sexually Exploited Children. Fine State, Municipal All
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-70-103   Sexual solicitation
(d) In addition to any other sentence authorized by this section, a person who violates this section by offering to pay, agreeing to pay, or paying a fee to engage
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in sexual activity upon conviction shall be ordered to pay a fine of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) to be deposited into the Safe Harbor Fund for Sexually Exploited Children.
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Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. § 5-73-130   Seizure and forfeiture of firearm -- Seizure and forfeiture of motor vehicle -- Disposition of property seized
(n) The proceeds of any sale and any moneys forfeited shall be applied to the payment of: (1) The balance due on any lien preserved by the circuit
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court in the forfeiture proceedings; (2) The cost incurred by the seizing law enforcement agency in connection with the storage, maintenance, security, and forfeiture of the property; (3) The costs incurred by the prosecuting attorney or attorney for the law enforcement agency, approved by the prosecuting attorney, to which the property is forfeited; and (4) Costs incurred by the circuit court. (o) The remaining proceeds or moneys shall be deposited into a special county fund to be titled the "Juvenile Crime Prevention Fund", and the moneys in the fund shall be used solely for making grants to community-based nonprofit organizations that work with juvenile crime prevention and rehabilitation.
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