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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 23-2-507(1) Penalty
Violations of any section of this part, except 23-2-526(3), unless otherwise specified, are a misdemeanor and shall be punishable by a fine of not less than $15 or more than $500
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or by imprisonment for a term up to 6 months, or both. All fine and bond forfeitures, except those paid to a justice's court, must be transmitted to the department of revenue for deposit in the general fund.
State/statewide agency Justice's Court; Department of Revenue Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 23-2-507(2) Penalty
(2)(a) The offender shall pay the cost of supervising the payment of restitution, as provided in 46-18-245, by paying an amount equal to 10% of the amount of restitution ordered, but
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not less than $5. (b) A felony offender shall pay the restitution and cost of supervising the payment of restitution to the department of corrections until the offender has fully paid the restitution and the cost of supervising the payment of restitution. The department shall pay the restitution to the person or entity to whom the court ordered restitution to be paid. The department may contract with a government agency or private entity for the collection of the payments for restitution and the cost of collecting the payments for restitution during the period following state supervision or state custody of the offender. The department shall adopt rules to implement this subsection (2)(b).
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The person or entity to whom restitution is owed; a government agency or private entity that has been contracted to collect the restitution payments and the cost of collecting the
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restitution payments.
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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.
Private actors
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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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 23-2-807(2) Penalty-disposition All fines collected under this section must be transmitted to the department of revenue for deposit in the state general fund. State/statewide agency N/A Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 45-5-637(5) Possession or consumption of tobacco products, alternative nicotine products, or vapor products by persons under 18 years of age prohibited--unlawful attempt to purchase--penalties
The fines collected under subsections (2) and (4) must be deposited to the credit of the general fund of the local government that employs the arresting officer, or if the
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arresting officer is an officer of the highway patrol, the fines must be credited to the county general fund in the county in which the arrest was made.
Municipality/municipal agency County general fund Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 45-6-341(3)(b) Money Laundering The sheriff of the county where forfeited property is located shall sell the property at auction. The proceeds of the sale must be deposited in the state general fund. State/statewide agency N/A Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 45-9-130 Mandatory fine for possession and storage of dangerous drugs--disposition of proceeds
In addition to the punishments and fines set forth in this part, the court shall fine each person found to have possessed or stored dangerous drugs 35% of the market
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value of the drugs as determined by the court.
State/statewide agency N/A Felony
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-1-1112(1) Funding [of drug treatment courts]
There is a drug treatment court federal resources account in the federal special revenue fund that is administered by the office of the supreme court administrator. Any federal money received
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for funding drug treatment courts must be deposited in the drug treatment court federal resources account and may be used only for purposes of this part. The money in the fund may not be transferred at the end of each year but must remain deposited to the credit of the drug treatment court federal resources account.
Other Drug treatment court federal resources account in the federal special revenue fund that is administered by the office of the supreme court administrator Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-1-1212(1) Funding [of mental health treatment courts]
There is a mental health treatment court federal resources account in the federal special revenue fund that is administered by the office of court administrator. Any federal money received for
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funding mental health treatment courts must be deposited in the mental health treatment court federal resources account and may be used only for purposes of this part. The money in the fund may not be transferred at the end of each year but must remain deposited to the credit of the mental health treatment court federal resources account.
Other Mental health treatment court federal resources account in the federal special revenue fund that is administered by the office of court administrator. Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-18-111(3) Presentence investigation
The defendant shall pay to the department of corrections a $50 fee at the time that the report is completed, unless the court determines that the defendant is not able
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to pay the fee within a reasonable time. The fee may be retained by the department and used to finance contracts entered into under 53-1-203(5).
State/statewide agency Montana corporations to operate a day reporting program as an alternate sentencing option as provided in 46-18-201 and 46-18-225 and as a sanction option under 46-23-1015. All
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-18-236(6) Imposition of charge upon conviction or forfeiture--administration
(a) A city or town finance officer or treasurer may retain the charges collected under subsections (1)(a) and (1)(b) by a city municipal court or a city or town court
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and may use that money for the payment of salaries of the city or town attorney and deputies. (b) Each county finance officer or treasurer may retain the charges collected under subsections (1)(a) and (1)(b) by district courts for crimes committed or alleged to have been committed within that county. The county finance officer or treasurer shall use the money for the payment of salaries of its deputy county attorneys and for the payment of other salaries in the office of the county attorney, and any funds not needed for those salaries may be used for the payment of any other county salaries.
Local jurisdiction County Misdemeanor, Felony
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-18-236(7) Imposition of charge upon conviction or forfeiture--administration
(a) Except as provided in subsection (7)(b), each county, city, or town finance officer or treasurer may retain the charges collected under subsection (1)(c) for payment of the expenses of
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a victim and witness advocate program, including a program operated by a private, nonprofit organization, that provides the services specified in Title 40, chapter 15, and Title 46, chapter 24, and that is operated or used by the county, city, or town. (b) The appropriate county, city, or town finance officer or treasurer shall deposit $1 of each charge collected under subsection (1)(c) in the collecting court's fund for mitigation of administrative costs incurred by the court in the collection of the charge. The funds deposited under this subsection (7)(b) are not subject to allocation under 46-18-251. (c) Except as provided in subsection (7)(b), if the county, city, or town does not operate or use a victim and witness advocate program, all charges collected under subsection (1)(c) must be paid to the crime victims compensation and assistance program in the department of justice for deposit in the account provided for in 53-9-113.
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Victim and witness advocate program; the collecting court's fund for mitigation of administrative costs incurred by the court in the collection of the charge; crime victims compensation and assistance
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program in the department of justice for deposit in the account provided for in 53-9-113.
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-23-1031(2) Supervisory fees--account established
(2)(a) There is an account in the state special revenue fund for the supervisory fees collected under the provisions of this section. (b) The department shall deposit the total supervisory
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fees collected pursuant to subsection (1) into the state special revenue account established in subsection (2)(a).
State/statewide agency An account in the state special revenue fund for the supervisory fees collected under the provisions of this section. All
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 50-1-204 Quarantine and isolation measures
A person who does not comply with quarantine measures shall, on conviction, be fined not less than $10 or more than $100. Receipts from fines, except justice's court fines, must
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be deposited in the state general fund.
State/statewide agency N/A Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 50-2-124(4) Penalties for violations Fines, except justice's court fines, must be paid to the county treasurer of the county in which the violation occurs. County N/A Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 50-5-113(6) Criminal penalties A penalty collected under this section must be deposited in the state general fund. State/statewide agency N/A Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 44-4-1206 Collection, distribution, and use of testing fees
The law enforcement agency of a county in which a sobriety program exists shall collect the testing fee required by the rules of the department and deposit the fees into
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the local sobriety program account established pursuant to department rules. The fee must be distributed according to those rules to the proper entity for use by the law enforcement agency or the law enforcement agency's designee pursuant to the terms determined by the law enforcement agency in accordance with the provisions of this part and the rules implementing this part.
Law enforcement N/A All
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 61-2-107 License reinstatement fee to fund county drinking and driving prevention programs
The department shall deposit one-half of the fees collected under subsection (1) in the general fund and the other half in an account in the state special revenue fund to
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be used for funding county drinking and driving prevention programs as provided in 61-2-108.
State/statewide agency state special revenue fund to be used for funding county drinking and driving prevention programs Misdemeanor
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 3-1-317 User Surcharge for Court Information Technology--Exception
(4) The amounts collected under this section must be forwarded to the department of revenue for deposit in the state general fund to be used for state funding of court
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information technology.
State/statewide agency N/A All
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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 3-1-318 Surcharges upon certain criminal convictions - exception  (4) The amounts collected under this section must be forwarded to the department of revenue for deposit in the account created in 44-10-204. State/statewide agency N/A All