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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 23 § 1210(i)-(k) Drunken Driving - Penalties

(i)  A person convicted of violating section 1201 of this title shall be assessed a surcharge of $ 60.00, which shall be added to any fine imposed by the Court. The

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Court shall collect and transfer such surcharge to the Department of Public Safety for deposit in the Blood and Breath Alcohol Testing Special Fund established by section 1220b of this title.

(j)  A person convicted of violating section 1201 of this title shall be assessed a surcharge of $ 50.00, which shall be added to any fine or surcharge imposed by the Court. The Court shall collect and transfer the surcharge assessed under this subsection to the Office of Defender General for deposit in the Public Defender Special Fund specifying the source of the monies being deposited. The collection procedures described in 13 V.S.A. § 5240 shall be utilized in the collection of this surcharge.

(k)  A person convicted of violating section 1201 of this title shall be assessed a surcharge of $ 50.00, which shall be added to any fine or surcharge imposed by the Court. The Court shall collect and transfer the surcharge assessed under this subsection to be credited to the DUI Enforcement Fund. The collection procedures described in 13 V.S.A. § 5240 shall be utilized in the collection of this surcharge.

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Blood and Breath Alcohol Testing Special Fund; Public Defender Special Fund; DUI Enforcement Fund.

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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7251(a),(d) Municipalities; payment to and liability of

(a)  Fines, forfeitures, and penalties, imposed by the District or Superior court or by the Judicial Bureau for violation of a village, town, or city ordinance shall be paid to the

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village, town, or city, respectively, except for a $ 12.50 administrative charge for each case which shall be retained by the State.

(d)  Fines, forfeitures, and penalties imposed by the Judicial Bureau for violations of subdivisions 352(3), (4), and (9) of this title, relating to animal cruelty that result from the enforcement by villages, towns, and cities within their jurisdiction shall be paid to the respective village, town, or city, except for a $ 12.50 administrative charge for each violation that shall be retained by the State. 

Local jurisdiction

$12.50 administrative charge for each case which shall be retained by the state

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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7252 Fines and penalties payable to State

All fines, forfeitures, and penalties received by the district or superior court or by the judicial bureau, except as provided in section 7251 of this title, shall belong and be

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paid to the state, except for a $12.50 administrative charge for each offense or violation where a fine or penalty is assessed. The administrative charge shall be deposited in the court technology special fund established pursuant to 4 V.S.A. § 27.

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State/state agency (court technology special fund).

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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7282(a),(c) Surcharge

(a)  In addition to any penalty or fine imposed by the court or Judicial Bureau for a criminal offense or any civil penalty imposed for a traffic violation, including any violation

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of a fish and wildlife statute or regulation, violation of a motor vehicle statute, or violation of any local ordinance relating to the operation of a motor vehicle, except violations relating to seat belts and child restraints and ordinances relating to parking violations, the clerk of the court or Judicial Bureau shall levy an additional surcharge of:

(2)  $ 8.00 for any offense or violation committed after May 31, 1990, but before July 1, 1991, of which $ 3.00 shall be deposited into a special fund account to be known as the Victim' Compensation Fund.

(3)  $ 10.00 for any offense or violation committed after June 30, 1991, but before July 1, 1993, of which $ 5.00 shall be deposited into a special fund account to be known as the Victims Compensation Fund.

(4)  $ 17.50 for any offense or violation committed after June 30, 1993, but before July 1, 2001, of which $ 12.50 shall be deposited into a special fund account to be known as the Victims Compensation Fund.

(5)  $ 20.50 for any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2001, but before July 1, 2003, of which $ 13.50 shall be deposited into a special fund account to be known as the Victims Compensation Fund.

(6)  For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2003, but before July 1, 2005, $ 21.00, of which $ 13.75 shall be deposited into the Victims Compensation Special Fund.

(7)  For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2005, but before July 1, 2006, $ 22.00, of which $ 14.75 shall be deposited into the Victims Compensation Special Fund.

(8)  (A) For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2006, but before July 1, 2008, $ 26.00, of which $ 18.75 shall be deposited in the Victims Compensation Special Fund. (B)  For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2008, but before July 1, 2009, $ 36.00, of which $ 28.75 shall be deposited in the Victims' Compensation Special Fund. (C)  For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2009, but before July 1, 2013, $ 41.00, of which $ 23.75 shall be deposited in the Victims Compensation Special Fund created by section 5359 of this title, and of which $ 10.00 shall be deposited in the Domestic and Sexual Violence Special Fund created by section 5360 of this title. (D)  For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2013, $ 47.00, of which $ 29.75 shall be deposited in the Victims Compensation Special Fund created by section 5359 of this title, and of which $ 10.00 shall be deposited in the Domestic and Sexual Violence Special Fund created by section 5360 of this title.

(9)  For any offense or violation committed after June 30, 2003, an amount equal to 15 percent of the fine imposed for the offense, rounded upward to the nearest whole dollar, which shall be deposited into the Crime Victims' Restitution Special Fund established by section 5363 of this title.

(c)  SUI surcharge. --  In addition to any penalty or fine imposed by the court or Judicial Bureau for a criminal offense committed after July 1, 2009, the clerk of the court or Judicial Bureau shall levy an additional surcharge of $ 100.00 to be deposited in the General Fund, in support of the Specialized Investigative Unit Grants Board created in 24 V.S.A. § 1940(c), and used to pay for the costs of Specialized Investigative Units.

Victims Fund

General Fund (for the Specialized Investigative Unit Grants Board).

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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 5239(a) Public Defender Special Fund

The Public Defender Special Fund is hereby created. All co-payments, reimbursements, and assignment fees paid by persons receiving representation under this chapter, as well as all amounts recovered pursuant to

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section 5255 of this title and 23 V.S.A. § 1210(j), shall be deposited in the Fund.

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Public Defender Special Fund

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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 4 § 27 Court technology special fund

There is established the Court Technology Special Fund which shall be managed in accordance with 32 V.S.A. chapter 7, subchapter 5. Administrative fees collected pursuant to 13 V.S.A. § 7252

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and revenue collected pursuant to fees established pursuant to sections 1105 and 1109 of this title shall be deposited and credited to this Fund. The Fund shall be available to the Judicial Branch to pay for contractual and operating expenses and project-related staffing not covered by the General Fund related to the following:
(1) The acquisition and maintenance of software and hardware needed for case management, electronic filing, an electronic document management system, and the expense of implementation, including training.
(2) The acquisition and maintenance of electronic audio and video court recording and conferencing equipment.
(3) The acquisition, maintenance, and support of the Judiciary's information technology network, including training.

Court

Court Technology Special Fund

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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7254 Unorganized towns and gores

Unless otherwise disposed of by law, fines, forfeitures, and penalties imposed on a person residing in an unorganized town or gore, shall belong and be paid to the State.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 6-8-104(u),(w) Wearing or carrying concealed weapons; penalties; exceptions; permits

(u) All monies collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited in the general fund.

(w) All funds received by the sheriff pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be deposited into

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the general fund of the county.

General Fund

County

Felony
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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-9-144 Receipts for money paid into court

When any money is paid into a circuit court, a receipt for said amount shall be issued promptly upon a form prescribed by the Wyoming supreme court. The receipts shall

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be prenumbered in numerical sequence. The original copy shall be delivered to a payor making payment by cash or in person, otherwise the original shall be attached to the court file. A copy shall be filed in the office of the issuing judge. The receipts shall be prenumbered by the printer, and the printer shall give to the supreme court a receipt showing the numbers so printed. Except as provided in W.S. 5-9-106, the circuit court shall pay all fines, forfeitures and other penalties to the county treasurer and all fees, costs and other receipts to the state treasurer. The court automation fee prescribed by W.S. 5-9-135 or established by court rule shall be deposited by the state treasurer into the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. 5-2-120. The indigent civil legal services fee prescribed by W.S. 5-9-135 shall be deposited by the state treasurer into the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. 5-2-121. The police officer continuing education and training fee prescribed by W.S. 31-5-1201(h) shall be deposited by the state treasurer into the account in the enterprise fund under W.S. 9-1-633(n).

State/statewide agency

judicial systems automation account; indigent civil legal services account; enterprise fund

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 1-40-119(e) Surcharge to be assessed in certain criminal cases; paid to account

Monies paid to the court by a defendant shall be applied to the surcharge before being applied to any fine, penalty, cost or assessment imposed upon the defendant. The proceeds

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from the surcharge imposed by this section shall be remitted promptly by the clerk of the court to the division for deposit in the account.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-13-1204(a)(iv) Program criteria

(a) A teen court program may be established under this act in accordance with the following criteria: (iv) The teen defendant, as a condition of participation in the teen court

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program, may be required to pay a nonrefundable fee not to exceed ten dollars ($10.00). Fees collected under this paragraph by a municipal court shall be credited to the treasury of the municipality. Fees collected under this paragraph by a circuit court shall be credited to the treasury of the county;

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County

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-13-1616(e) Surcharge to be assessed in certain criminal cases; paid to account

The proceeds from the surcharge imposed by this section shall be remitted promptly by the clerk of the court to the department for deposit in the account.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-19-108(b) State General Fund

Criminal justice agencies which fingerprint applicants at the request of noncriminal justice agencies for criminal history record information may charge a reasonable fee of not more than five dollars ($5.00)

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for fingerprinting. Fees collected under this subsection shall be credited to the state general fund or to the general fund of the appropriate county or municipality.

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County; municipality/municipal agency.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-13-1706 Distribution of testing fees

The sheriff shall collect and transmit testing fees to the state treasurer to be credited to the 24/7 sobriety program account created by W.S. 7-13-1707. The fees shall be distributed as provided by

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this article and the rules.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-6-108 Recovery of payment

(a) Within six (6) years after the date the services were rendered, the attorney general may sue on behalf of the state to recover payment or reimbursement from each person who

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has received legal assistance or other benefits under this act or, in the case of an unemancipated minor, from his custodial parent or any other person who has a legal obligation of support.

(b) Amounts recovered under this act shall be paid into the state general fund.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-16-205(a) Disposition of Earnings

(a) Payment for services performed by any prisoner under W.S. 7 16 202 shall be deposited in the trust and agency account at the institution and shall be disbursed for

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the purposes provided in this subsection and in the order specified: (i) Unless the prisoner is serving a sentence of death or life without the possibility of parole or is subject to mandatory savings under W.S. 25 13 107(b)(i), ten percent (10%) shall be credited to the prisoner's personal savings account within the correctional facility's trust and agency account, until the prisoner's account has a balance of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). Once the prisoner's personal savings account balance reaches one thousand dollars ($1,000.00), the income otherwise distributed to the prisoner's savings account under this paragraph shall be distributed to the prisoner as provided by paragraphs (ii) through (vi) of this subsection. Funds in the prisoner's personal savings account shall be paid to the prisoner upon parole or final discharge; (ii) Support of dependent relations of the prisoner; (iii) Personal necessities and assessments of fees for programs, services and assistance pursuant to subsection (e) of this section; . . . (v) Court ordered restitution, fines, sanctions and reimbursement for the services of public defender or court appointed counsel, the surcharge imposed under W.S. 1 40 119, victims compensation obligations under W.S. 1 40 112(g) and the surcharge imposed under W.S. 7 13 1616; (vi) Remaining funds shall be paid the prisoner upon parole or final discharge.

Private actors

Prisoner; state/state agency.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-13-109(d) Payment of jail costs by inmate

 

Any costs paid by a person under this section shall be deposited in the county general fund to help defray the costs the jail facility incurred in providing room and

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board to the person.

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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-6-204 Fines and penalties to be paid to city treasurer; report of cases; failure to comply with section

All fines and penalties collected and arising from a breach of a city ordinance shall be deposited with the city treasurer, and the municipal judge shall report at the end

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of each calendar month a list of all cases for violations of city ordinances instituted in his court, and the disposition thereof, with a statement of the fines, penalties and costs received. At the end of each month the judge shall deposit with the city treasurer all fines, penalties and costs received. If the municipal judge fails to report and deposit all fines, penalties and costs for a period of twenty-five (25) days, his office shall be declared vacant. If a city enacts an ordinance prescribing a court automation fee as provided in W.S. 5-6-108(a)(i), up to ten dollars ($10.00) of the fee may be retained by the city solely for the purpose of defraying costs and expenses related to establishing and maintaining an electronic citation system. The system shall collect and submit data in a form and manner prescribed by the supreme court to comply with the requirements of the judicial systems automation account under W.S. 5-2-120. The remaining portion of the fee shall be remitted to the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. 5-2-120. If a city enacts an ordinance prescribing the indigent civil legal services fee as provided in W.S. 5-6-108(a)(ii), the fee shall be remitted to the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. 5-2-121.

Local jurisdiction

judicial systems automation account

Misdemeanor
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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-6-303 Disposition of fines and penalties

All fines and penalties collected, arising from a breach of the ordinances of the town, shall be paid into the town treasury. If a town enacts an ordinance prescribing a

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court automation fee as provided in W.S. 5 6 108(a)(i), up to one half (1/2) of the fee may be retained by the town solely for the purpose of defraying costs and expenses related to establishing and maintaining an electronic citation system. The system shall collect and submit data in a form and manner prescribed by the supreme court to comply with the requirements of the judicial systems automation account under W.S. 5 2 120. The remaining portion of the fee shall be remitted to the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. 5 2 120. If a town enacts an ordinance prescribing an indigent civil legal services fee as provided in W.S. 5 6 108(a)(ii), the fee shall be remitted to the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. 5 2 121.

Local jurisdiction

judicial systems automation account; indigent civil legal services account

Misdemeanor
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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-9-106 Disposition of money collected for violations of city or town ordinances; disposition of fines and penalties under general state laws

All money collected by a judge of a circuit court for violations of ordinances of a city or town shall be paid into the general fund of the city or

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town whose ordinance was violated. The circuit court shall keep separate account books of funds for ordinance violations as designated by the Wyoming supreme court. All fines and penalties under the general laws of the state shall be paid into the county treasury to the credit of the public school fund of the county.

County

public school fund of the county

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