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Kansas Kan. Stat. Ann. § 19-2766b Same; actions for enforcement of resolutions; costs; fees and mileage for witnesses; fines and penalties, disposition of
(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), in all actions for the enforcement of resolutions of improvement districts the items allowable as costs shall be the same as in cases
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for misdemeanor violations of state law and shall be taxed as provided in Kan. Stat. Ann. § 22-3801, 22-3802 and 22-3803, and amendments thereto. (b) The fees and mileage for the attendance of witnesses shall be borne by the party calling the witness, except that if an accused person is found not guilty, the improvement district shall pay all such expenses, but the court may direct that fees and mileage of witnesses subpoenaed by the accused person be charged against such person, if the court finds that there has been an abuse of the use of subpoenas by the accused person. (c) Except as hereinafter provided, all fines and penalties collected in actions for the enforcement of resolutions adopted by improvement districts, as provided in this act and the act of which this act is amendatory, shall be paid over to the county treasurer of the county where they are imposed for deposit in the county general fund. The court, when imposing fines and penalties for resolution violations, shall identify violations which also constitute a violation of state law. Those fines and penalties derived from the enforcement of any resolution, a violation of which would also constitute a violation of state law, shall be remitted to the state treasurer as provided in Kan. Stat. Ann. § 20-2801, and amendments thereto.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 23-2-507(2) Penalty
(2)(c) In a misdemeanor case, payment of restitution and of the cost of supervising the payment of restitution must be made to the court until the offender has fully paid
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the restitution and the cost of supervising the payment of restitution. The court shall disburse the money to the entity employing the person ordered to supervise restitution under 46-18-245, which shall disburse the restitution to the person or entity to whom the court ordered restitution to be paid.
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The court shall disburse the money to the entity employing the person ordered to supervise restitution under 46-18-245, which shall disburse the restitution to the person or entity to whom the
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court ordered restitution to be paid
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New York N.Y. Penal Law § 60.35 General Fund
Within the first ten days of the month following collection of the sex offender registration fee and DNA databank fee, the collecting authority shall determine the amount of the sex
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offender registration fee and DNA databank fee collected and, if it is an administrative tribunal, or a town or village justice court, it shall then pay such money to the state comptroller who shall deposit such money in the state treasury pursuant to section one hundred twenty-one of the state finance law to the credit of the general fund
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New York N.Y. Veh. & Traf. Law § 1809 Criminal Justice Improvement Account
Within the first ten days of the month following collection of the crime victim assistance fee, the collecting authority shall determine the amount of crime victim assistance fee collected and,
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if it is an administrative tribunal or a town or village justice court, it shall pay such money to the state comptroller who shall deposit such money in the state treasury pursuant to section one hundred twenty-one of the state finance law to the credit of the criminal justice improvement account established by section ninety-seven-bb of the state finance law
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New York N.Y. Veh. & Traf. Law § 503 General Fund
(k) Fees assessed for reapplication for a driver's license or reinstatement of driving privileges after revocation or required to be paid for termination of suspension as provided in paragraphs (h),
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(i) and (j) of this subdivision shall be paid to the commissioner for deposit to the general fund. 
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New York N.Y. Veh. & Traf. Law § 503 General Fund
(k) Fees assessed for reapplication for a driver's license or reinstatement of driving privileges after revocation or required to be paid for termination of suspension as provided in paragraphs (h),
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(i) and (j) of this subdivision shall be paid to the commissioner for deposit to the general fund. 
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New York N.Y. Veh. & Traf. Law § 503 General Fund
(k) Fees assessed for reapplication for a driver's license or reinstatement of driving privileges after revocation or required to be paid for termination of suspension as provided in paragraphs (h),
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(i) and (j) of this subdivision shall be paid to the commissioner for deposit to the general fund. 
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New York N.Y. Veh. & Traf. Law § 503 Indigent Legal Services Fund
Fees assessed for termination of suspension as provided in paragraph (j-1) of this subdivision and collected by an administrative tribunal established under article two-A of this chapter shall be paid
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over to the state comptroller to the credit of the indigent legal services fund established by section ninety-eight-b of the state finance law.
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New York N.Y. Veh. & Traf. Law § 1809-e General Fund
2. The additional surcharges provided for in subdivision one of this section shall be paid to the clerk of the court or administrative tribunal that rendered the conviction. Within the
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first ten days of the month following collection of such surcharges, the collecting authority shall pay such money to the state comptroller to be deposited to the general fund.
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Utah Utah Code Ann. § 78A-5-110 Allocation of district court fees and forfeitures For violations of Title 23, Wildlife Resources Code of Utah, the state treasurer shall allocate 85% to the Division of Wildlife Resources and 15% to the General Fund. Other General fund All
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Utah Utah Code Ann. § 78A-5-110 Allocation of district court fees and forfeitures
For violations of Title 41, Chapter 22, Off-Highway Vehicles, or Title 73, Chapter 18, State Boating Act, the state treasurer shall allocate 85% to the Division of Parks and Recreation
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and 15% to the General Fund.
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Utah Utah Code Ann. § 78A-5-110 Allocation of district court fees and forfeitures
Fines and forfeitures collected for violation of Section 72-7-404 or 72-7-406, less fees established by the Judicial Council, shall be paid to the state treasurer for deposit in the B
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and C road account. Fees established by the Judicial Council shall be deposited in the state General Fund. Money deposited in the class B and C road account is supplemental to the money appropriated under Section 72-2-107 but shall be expended in the same manner as other class B and C road funds.
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North Dakota N.D. Cent. Code § 27-01-10(3) Fee assessments for funding crime victim and witness programs
All fees paid to a district or municipal court under this section must be deposited monthly in the county or city treasury for allocation by the governing body of the
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county or city to one or more of the following programs as determined by the governing body: a. A private, nonprofit domestic violence or sexual assault program. b. A victim and witness advocacy program of which the primary function is to provide direct services to victims of and witnesses to crime.
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North Dakota N.D. Cent. Code § 12.1-32-02(10) Sentencing alternatives--Credit for time in custody--Diagnostic testing
A court shall order a defendant to pay fifty dollars to the department of corrections and rehabilitation at the time a presentence investigation is initiated to partially defray the costs
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incurred by the department for the preparation of the presentence report.
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Pennsylvania 42 Pa. Stat. and Cons. Stat. Ann. § 3571 Costs in magisterial district judge proceedings
Costs collected by a magisterial district judge shall be transmitted monthly to the Commonwealth in amounts as prescribed in subsection (b) and the balance shall be transmitted monthly to the
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county in which the magisterial district is located. Costs transmitted to the Commonwealth shall be credited to the General Fund. Costs transmitted to the county shall be retained by the county for its use.
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Pennsylvania 18 Pa. Stat. Ann. § 6306.1 Fine for use of tobacco in schools
A pupil who commits an offense under this section shall be subject to prosecution initiated by the local school district and shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine
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of not more than $50 for the benefit of the school district in which such offending pupil resides and to pay court costs.
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Pennsylvania 18 Pa. Stat. Ann. § 6708 Fine for Retention of library property after notice to return Any fine imposed under this section shall be paid over by the magistrate imposing such fine to the library instituting the prosecution, and costs of prosecution Other N/A Other
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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 176.059 (8) Administrative assessment for misdemeanor
Of the total amount deposited in the State General Fund pursuant to paragraph (d) of subsection 5 and paragraph (d) of subsection 6, the State Controller shall distribute the money
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received to the following public agencies in the following manner: (a) Not less than 51 percent to the Office of Court Administrator for allocation as follows: (1) Thirty-six and one-half percent of the amount distributed to the Office of Court Administrator for: (I) The administration of the courts; (II) The development of a uniform system for judicial records; and (III) Continuing judicial education. (2) Forty-eight percent of the amount distributed to the Office of Court Administrator for the Supreme Court. (3) Three and one-half percent of the amount distributed to the Office of Court Administrator for the payment for the services of retired justices, retired judges of the Court of Appeals and retired district judges. (4) Twelve percent of the amount distributed to the Office of Court Administrator for the provision of specialty court programs. (b) Not more than 49 percent must be used to the extent of legislative authorization for the support of: (1) The Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History; (2) The Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission; (3) The operation by the Department of Public Safety of a computerized interoperative system for information related to law enforcement; (4) The Fund for the Compensation of Victims of Crime; (5) The Advisory Council for Prosecuting Attorneys; and (6) Programs within the Office of the Attorney General related to victims of domestic violence.
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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 176.059 (5) Administrative assessment for misdemeanor
Any money deposited in the State General Fund pursuant to paragraph (d) of subsection 5 and paragraph (d) of subsection 6 that is not distributed or used pursuant to paragraph
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(b) of subsection 8 must be transferred to the uncommitted balance of the State General Fund.
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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 176.0611 (4)-(8) Additional administrative assessment for provision of court facilities (misdemeanor) [Through June 30, 2017]
5.  If the justice or judge permits the fine and administrative assessment for the provision of court facilities to be paid in installments, the payments must be applied in the following
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order: (a) To pay the unpaid balance of an administrative assessment imposed pursuant to NRS 176.059; (b) To pay the unpaid balance of an administrative assessment for the provision of court facilities pursuant to this section; (c) To pay the unpaid balance of an administrative assessment for the provision of specialty court programs pursuant to NRS 176.0613; (d) To pay the unpaid balance of an administrative assessment for obtaining a biological specimen and conducting a genetic marker analysis pursuant to NRS 176.0623; (e) To pay the unpaid balance of the specialty courts fee pursuant to NRS 484C.515; and (f) To pay the fine. 6.  The money collected for administrative assessments for the provision of court facilities in municipal courts must be paid by the clerk of the court to the city treasurer on or before the fifth day of each month for the preceding month. The city treasurer shall deposit the money received in a special revenue fund. The city may use the money in the special revenue fund only to: (a) Acquire land on which to construct additional facilities for the municipal courts or a regional justice center that includes the municipal courts. (b) Construct or acquire additional facilities for the municipal courts or a regional justice center that includes the municipal courts. (c) Renovate or remodel existing facilities for the municipal courts. (d) Acquire furniture, fixtures and equipment necessitated by the construction or acquisition of additional facilities or the renovation of an existing facility for the municipal courts or a regional justice center that includes the municipal courts. This paragraph does not authorize the expenditure of money from the fund for furniture, fixtures or equipment for judicial chambers. (e) Acquire advanced technology for use in the additional or renovated facilities. (f) Pay debt service on any bonds issued pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 350.020 for the acquisition of land or facilities or the construction or renovation of facilities for the municipal courts or a regional justice center that includes the municipal courts. Ê Any money remaining in the special revenue fund after 5 fiscal years must be deposited in the municipal general fund for the continued maintenance of court facilities if it has not been committed for expenditure pursuant to a plan for the construction or acquisition of court facilities or improvements to court facilities. The city treasurer shall provide, upon request by a municipal court, monthly reports of the revenue credited to and expenditures made from the special revenue fund. 7.  The money collected for administrative assessments for the provision of court facilities in justice courts must be paid by the clerk of the court to the county treasurer on or before the fifth day of each month for the preceding month. The county treasurer shall deposit the money received to a special revenue fund. The county may use the money in the special revenue fund only to: (a) Acquire land on which to construct additional facilities for the justice courts or a regional justice center that includes the justice courts. (b) Construct or acquire additional facilities for the justice courts or a regional justice center that includes the justice courts. (c) Renovate or remodel existing facilities for the justice courts. (d) Acquire furniture, fixtures and equipment necessitated by the construction or acquisition of additional facilities or the renovation of an existing facility for the justice courts or a regional justice center that includes the justice courts. This paragraph does not authorize the expenditure of money from the fund for furniture, fixtures or equipment for judicial chambers. (e) Acquire advanced technology for use in the additional or renovated facilities. (f) Pay debt service on any bonds issued pursuant to subsection 3 of NRS 350.020 for the acquisition of land or facilities or the construction or renovation of facilities for the justice courts or a regional justice center that includes the justice courts. Any money remaining in the special revenue fund after 5 fiscal years must be deposited in the county general fund for the continued maintenance of court facilities if it has not been committed for expenditure pursuant to a plan for the construction or acquisition of court facilities or improvements to court facilities. The county treasurer shall provide, upon request by a justice court, monthly reports of the revenue credited to and expenditures made from the special revenue fund. 8.  If money collected pursuant to this section is to be used to acquire land on which to construct a regional justice center, to construct a regional justice center or to pay debt service on bonds issued for these purposes, the county and the participating cities shall, by interlocal agreement, determine such issues as the size of the regional justice center, the manner in which the center will be used and the apportionment of fiscal responsibility for the center.
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