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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-13-101(b)(2) Assault - Domestic Abuse
The additional fine shall be paid to the clerk of the court imposing sentence, who shall transfer it to the state treasurer, who shall credit the fine to the general
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fund. All fines so credited to the general fund shall be subject to appropriation by the general assembly for the exclusive purpose of funding family violence shelters and shelter services. Such appropriation shall be in addition to any amount appropriated pursuant to § 67-4-411.
Private actors n/a Misdemeanor
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-13-102(e)(2) Aggravated Assault - Domestic Abuse
The additional fine shall be paid to the clerk of the court imposing sentence, who shall transfer it to the state treasurer, who shall credit the fine to the general
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fund. All fines so credited to the general fund shall be subject to appropriation by the general assembly for the exclusive purpose of funding family violence shelters and shelter services. Such appropriation shall be in addition to any amount appropriated pursuant to § 67-4-411.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-10-412(c) Reckless Endangerment - Additional Fee
The respective counties shall be authorized to expend the funds generated by the increased fines provided for in chapter 948 of the Public Acts of 1994, by appropriations to any
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of the following:(1) Alcohol, drug, and mental health treatment facilities licensed by the department of mental health and substance abuse services; (2) Metropolitan drug commissions or other similar programs sanctioned by the governor's Drug Free Tennessee program for the purposes of chapter 948 of the Public Acts of 1994 ; (3) Organizations exempted from the payment of federal income taxes by § 501(c)(3) of the federal Internal Revenue Code, codified in 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3), whose primary mission is to educate the public on the dangers of illicit drug use, alcohol abuse, or the co-occurring disorder of both alcohol and drug abuse and mental illness or to render treatment for alcohol and drug addiction, or the co-occurring disorder of both alcohol and drug abuse and mental illness; (4) Specialized court programs and specialized court dockets that supervise offenders who suffer from alcohol and drug abuse, or the co-occurring disorder of both alcohol and drug abuse and mental illness; (5) Organizations that operate drug, alcohol, or co-occurring disorder treatment programs for the homeless or indigent; (6) Agencies or organizations for purposes of drug testing of offenders who have been placed on misdemeanor probation; and (7) The employment of a probation officer for the purposes of supervising drug and alcohol offenders.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-13-111(c)(5) Domestic Assault - Additional Fee
The additional fine shall be paid to the clerk of the court imposing sentence, who shall transfer it to the state treasurer, who shall credit the fine to the general
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fund. All fines so credited to the general fund shall be subject to appropriation by the general assembly for the exclusive purpose of funding family violence shelters and shelter services. This appropriation shall be in addition to any amount appropriated pursuant to § 67-4-411.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-13-709(c) Sex Offender Conviction Tax
The clerk of the court shall allocate the tax required by subsection (b) as follows:(1) Five percent (5%) of the tax paid shall be retained by the clerk for administrative
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costs incurred pursuant to this subsection (c); and (2) Ninety-five percent (95%) of the tax paid under this section shall be deemed a litigation tax imposed pursuant to § 67-4-602, and shall be includible as an amount subject to apportionment pursuant to § 67-4-606.
State courts Corrections Institute; General Revenue Fund; Crime Assistance Fund; State Treasury; Indigent Representation Fund; Sex Offender Treatment Fund; Driver Education All
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-428(c)(1) Fines and Penalties; Mandatory Minimums; Allocation
Fifty percent (50%) of any fine collected pursuant to subsection (b) shall be allocated in the manner set out in § 39-17-420. The remaining fifty percent (50%) shall be paid
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to the general fund of the governing body of the law enforcement agency responsible for the investigation and arrest which resulted in the drug conviction; provided, that if a drug task force is responsible for the investigation and arrest, the amount above the minimum fine shall be paid to the general fund of the governing body of one (1) or more counties and cities within the judicial district as directed by the court. Notwithstanding § 39-17-420(a)(1) or any other law to the contrary, a portion of any fine collected pursuant to subsection (b) may be expended to fund programs and services for infants and children who are afflicted by HIV or AIDS. Except as provided in subdivision (a)(2) and in subsection (d), all fines and forfeitures of appearance bonds received because of a violation of any provision of this part and that are specifically set forth in this part, and the proceeds of goods seized and forfeited under § 53-11-451 and disposed of according to law, shall be accounted for in a special revenue fund of the jurisdiction that initiated the arrest, or in a special reserve fund of the university employing the campus police officers if the arrest was initiated by campus police officers as defined in § 49-7-118 or in the special revenue fund of the department of correction if the arrest was initiated by the internal affairs director or an internal affairs special agent of the department of correction. All financial activities related to funds received under this part shall be accounted for in this fund. Cash transactions related to undercover investigative operations of county or municipal drug enforcement programs shall be administered in compliance with procedures established by the comptroller of the treasury. Moneys in the special revenue fund may be used only for the following purposes: (A) Local drug enforcement program; (B) Local drug education program; (C) Local drug treatment program; and (D) Nonrecurring general law enforcement expenditures.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-14-510 Proceeds from fines - Litter Control
(a) All proceeds from the fines imposed by this part shall be deposited in the general fund of the county where the offense occurred and designated for county operating costs
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with preference given to litter prevention programs and education such as those conducted by Keep America Beautiful.(b) Any person who reports information to a law enforcement officer that leads to the apprehension and conviction of a person for mitigated criminal littering shall receive a reward of fifty dollars ($50.00). Any person who reports information to a law enforcement officer that leads to the apprehension and conviction of a person for criminal littering or aggravated criminal littering shall receive a reward of two hundred fifty dollars ($250). The county where the offense occurred shall provide the reward money from the proceeds of the mandatory fines collected under this section.
County n/a Misdemeanor
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-439(b) Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Fee
All proceeds collected pursuant to subsection (a) shall be transmitted to the commissioner of mental health and substance abuse services for deposit in the alcohol and drug addiction treatment fund
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administered by the department.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-114(d) Trannsport of illegal aliens Any moneys received from a violation of this section shall go to the arresting agency or agencies. Law enforcement n/a Misdemeanor
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-24-108(a) Sexual Offense Convictions
The additional fine shall be paid to the clerk of the court imposing sentence, who shall transfer it to the state treasurer, who shall credit the fine to the general
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fund. All fines so credited to the general fund shall be subject to appropriation by the general assembly for the exclusive purpose of funding sexual assault program services pursuant to title 71, chapter 6, part 3.
State/statewide agency Sexual Assault Prevention Programs All
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-24-109(g) Crime Victim Assistance Fund
The victims assistance assessment shall be subject to § 8-21-401 or § 8-21-409 and shall be in addition to all other taxes, costs, and fines. The first three dollars ($3.00)
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of each assessment shall be paid to the clerk of the court imposing the assessment for processing and handling. The remaining forty-two dollars ($42.00) shall be transmitted to the county in which the offense occurred, for the exclusive use of the victims assistance program previously designated by the county legislative body.(2) Upon transmittal to the victims program in the county, all funds collected pursuant to this section shall be used to defray the costs of providing the services to victims of crime designated by the program's mission statement and guidelines
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-35-313 Probation Conditions
The court may defer further proceedings against a qualified defendant and place the defendant on probation upon such reasonable conditions as it may require without entering a judgment of guilty
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and with the consent of the qualified defendant. The deferral shall be for a period of time not less than the period of the maximum sentence for the misdemeanor with which the person is charged or not more than the period of the maximum sentence of the felony with which the person is charged. The deferral is conditioned upon the defendant paying an amount to be determined by the court of not less than ten dollars ($10.00) nor more than thirty-five dollars ($35.00) per month as part payment of expenses incurred by the agency, department, program, group or association in supervising the defendant, and upon the defendant paying any or all additional costs of the defendant's supervision, counseling or treatment in a specified manner, based upon the defendant's ability to pay. The payments shall be made to the clerk of the court in which proceedings against the defendant were pending, who shall send the payments to the agency, department, program, group or association responsible for the supervision of the defendant, unless the defendant is found to be indigent and without anticipated future funds with which to make the payment. The clerk of the court collecting the payment is permitted to retain five percent (5%) of the proceeds collected for the handling and receiving of the proceeds as provided in this subdivision (a)(1)(A).
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-24-107(c) Criminal Injuries Compensation
There is created in the state treasury a fund to be known as the “criminal injuries compensation fund.” Moneys shall be deposited to the fund as provided by law and
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shall be invested for the benefit of the fund pursuant to § 9-4-603. Moneys in the fund shall not revert to the general fund of the state, but shall remain available and be appropriated exclusively for providing compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act, compiled in title 29, chapter 13 and this section. The state treasurer shall annually determine the amount of awards paid to victims of drunk drivers pursuant to title 29, chapter 13, for the preceding fiscal year and shall set aside in a separate reserve within the fund an amount equal to three (3) times the awards paid during that fiscal year. The separate reserve may only be used to pay awards to victims of drunk drivers in the event current revenues to the fund are insufficient to pay awards to the victims.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-14-103(b) Administrative Fee - Court-Appointed Counsel
(2) The administrative fee shall be separate from and in addition to any other contribution or recoupment assessed pursuant to law for defrayal of costs associated with the provision of
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court-appointed counsel. The clerk of the court shall retain a commission of five percent (5%) of each dollar of administrative fees collected and shall transmit the remaining ninety-five percent (95%) of each dollar to the state treasurer for deposit in the state's general fund. (3) If the administrative fee is not paid prior to disposition of the case, then the fee shall be collected in the same manner as costs are collected; provided, however, that upon disposition of the case, moneys paid to the clerk, including any cash bond posted by the defendant, shall be allocated to taxes, costs and fines and then to the administrative fee and any recoupment ordered. The administrative fee and any recoupment or contribution ordered for the services of court-appointed counsel shall apply and shall be collected even if the charges against the defendant are dismissed.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-3-203(c) Bad Check Restitution Program Fee The application fee shall be forwarded by the clerk to the county trustee as provided in § 40-3-207, with the clerk retaining five dollars ($5.00) as a fee for handling. Other Clerk of Court All
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 40-39-204(c) Sexual Offender Reporting Fee
Once a year, all sexual offenders shall report in person, no earlier than seven (7) calendar days before and no later than seven (7) calendar days after the offender's date
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of birth, to the designated law enforcement agency to update the offender's fingerprints, palm prints and photograph, as determined necessary by the agency, to verify the continued accuracy of the information in the TBI registration form and to pay the specified administrative costs,not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars ($150), one hundred dollars ($100) of which shall be retained by the designated law enforcement agency to be used for the purchase of equipment, to defray personnel and maintenance costs and any other expenses incurred as a result of the implementation of this part. The remaining fifty dollars ($50.00) shall be submitted by the registering agency to the TBI for maintenance, upkeep and employment costs, as well as any other expenses incurred as a result of the implementation of this part. Offenders whose initial registration occurs after the annual reporting period shall be required to pay the administrative costs at the time of the initial registration. Offenders who reside in nursing homes and assisted living facilities and offenders committed to mental health institutions or continuously confined to home or health care facilities due to mental or physical disabilities are exempt from the in-person reporting and fingerprinting and administrative cost as otherwise provided by this part. However, if an offender is released or discharged from a nursing home, assisted living facility or mental health institution or is no longer continuously confined to home or a health care facility due to mental or physical disabilities, the offender shall, within forty-eight (48) hours, register in person with the designated law enforcement agency, completing and signing a TBI registration form, under penalty of perjury, pursuant to § 39-16-702(b)(3). If the offender has previously registered prior to the release or discharge, the offender shall, within forty-eight (48) hours, report in person to the designated law enforcement agency and update all information pursuant to this section.
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-9-603(d)(2) Seatbelt Violation
(B) The revenue generated by fifteen dollars ($15.00) of the twenty-five-dollar fine in subdivision (d)(2)(A) for a person's first conviction shall be deposited in the state general fund without being
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designated for any specific purpose. The remaining ten dollars ($10.00) of the twenty-five-dollar fine for the person's first conviction under subdivision (d)(2)(A) shall be deposited in the state general fund and designated for the exclusive use of the division of vocational rehabilitation to assist eligible individuals with disabilities, as defined in § 49-11-602, who have been severely injured in motor vehicle accidents. (C) The revenue generated by thirty dollars ($30.00) of the fifty-dollar fine under subdivision (d)(2)(A) for a person's second or subsequent conviction shall be deposited in the state general fund without being designated for any specific purpose. The remaining twenty dollars ($20.00) of the fifty-dollar fine for the person's second or subsequent conviction under subdivision (d)(2)(A) shall be deposited in the state general fund and designated for the exclusive use of the division of vocational rehabilitation
State/statewide agency n/a Misdemeanor
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-9-602(g)(4) Child Passenger Restraint Systems
(A) Notwithstanding any provision of subsection (f) to the contrary, the revenue generated by ten dollars ($10.00) of the fifty-dollar fine under subdivision (g)(2) for a person's first conviction under
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this subsection (g), shall be deposited in the state general fund without being designated for any specific purpose. The remaining forty dollars ($40.00) of the fifty-dollar fine for a person's first conviction under this subsection (g) shall be deposited to the child safety fund in accordance with subsection (f).(B) The revenue generated from the person's second or subsequent conviction under this subsection (g) shall be deposited to the child safety fund in accordance with subsection (f).
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-8-164(e)(2)(D) Motorcycles
The revenue generated by ten dollars ($10.00) of the fifty-dollar ($50.00) fine for a person's first conviction under this subsection (e), shall be deposited in the state general fund without
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being designated for any specific purpose. The remaining forty dollars ($40.00) of the fifty-dollar ($50.00) fine for a person's first conviction under this subsection (e) shall be deposited to the child safety fund as provided in § 55-9-602(f). (ii) The revenue generated from a person's second or subsequent conviction under this subsection (e) shall be deposited to the child safety fund as provided in § 55-9-602(f).
State/statewide agency n/a Misdemeanor
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Tennessee Tenn. Code Ann. § 55-10-413(b) Fees - Additional Fee
In addition to all other criminal penalties, costs, taxes and fees now prescribed by law, any person convicted of violating § 55-10-401 will be assessed a fee of five dollars
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($5.00), to be paid into the state treasury and deposited to the credit of the fund established pursuant to § 9-4-206.
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