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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-650.5(3)-(6) Human trafficking victim services fund

(3) There is established within the state treasury a special fund to be known as the human trafficking victim services fund to be administered by the department of labor and

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industrial relations. The disbursement of money from the human trafficking victim services fund shall be used to supplement programs, grants, or purchase of service contracts that support or provide comprehensive services to victims of labor trafficking crimes under part VIII of chapter 707, or victims of trafficking related to crimes under part I of chapter 712. Moneys in the special fund shall be used for new or existing programs, grants, or purchase of service contracts and shall not supplant any other moneys previously allocated to these programs, grants, or purchase of service contracts.

(4) All fees paid and interest accrued on funds collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited into the human trafficking victim services fund.

(5) When a defendant is ordered to make payments in addition to the human trafficking victim services fee authorized under subsection (2), payments by the defendant shall be made pursuant to section 706-651.

(6) The department of labor and industrial relations shall submit to the legislature no later than twenty days prior to the convening of each regular session a written annual report that provides the following: (a) An accounting of the receipts of and expenditures from the human trafficking victim services fund; and (b) Any recommendations to improve support of and services to victims of labor trafficking crimes under part VIII of chapter 707, or victims of trafficking related to crimes under part I of chapter 712.

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 846F-3 Internet crimes against children fee

(a) The court shall order every defendant to pay an internet crimes against children fee of up to $100 for each felony or misdemeanor conviction; provided that no fee shall

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be ordered when the court determines that the defendant is unable to pay the fee.

(b) When a defendant is also ordered to pay a fine, make restitution, pay a crime victim compensation fee, or pay other fees in addition to the internet crimes against children fee, payments by the defendant shall be made in the order of priority established under section 706-651.

(c) The defendant shall pay the internet crimes against children fee to the clerk of the court. The fee shall be deposited with the director of finance who shall transmit the fee to the internet crimes against children special fund pursuant to section 846F-4.

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-649 Probation services special fund

(1) There is established in the state treasury a special fund to be known as the probation services special fund. All probation services fees collected under section 706-648 shall be

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deposited into this fund.

(2) Moneys in the probation services special fund shall be used by the judiciary to: (a) Monitor and enforce compliance with the terms and conditions of probation and other supervision programs for defendants; and (b) Support other duties and activities related to the supervision of defendants."

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-650(3)-(4) Drug demand reduction assessments; special fund

(3) There is established a special fund to be known as the drug demand reduction assessments special fund to be administered by the department of health. The disbursement of money from

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the drug demand reduction assessments special fund shall be used to supplement substance abuse treatment and other substance abuse demand reduction programs.

(4) All monetary assessments paid and interest accrued on funds collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited into the drug demand reduction assessments special fund.

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 607-4(a) District court costs

(a) The fees prescribed by subsection (b) shall be paid to the clerk of the district court as costs of court by the person instituting the action or proceeding, or

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offering the paper for filing, or causing the document to be issued or the services to be performed in the district court; provided that nothing in subsection (b) shall apply to cases of adults charged with commission of a crime, or minors referred to the district court by the family court; provided further that for the purposes of subsection (b), "judgment" includes an order from which an appeal lies; and provided further that the fees prescribed by subsection (b)(10) shall be deposited by the clerk of the district court into the judiciary computer system special fund pursuant to section 601-3.7. One-half of the fees collected pursuant to paragraphs (7), (8), and (9) of subsection (b) also shall be deposited into the fund.

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 601-3.6(a)-(c) Spouse and child abuse special account; judiciary

(a) There is established within the state treasury a special fund to be known as the spouse and child abuse special account, and to be administered and expended by the

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judiciary

(b) The proceeds of the account shall be reserved for use by the judiciary for staff programs, and grants or purchases of service, consistent with chapters 42F and 103F, that support or provide spouse or child abuse intervention or prevention as authorized by law. These proceeds shall be used for new or existing programs and shall not supplant any other funds previously allocated to these programs. The account shall be kept separate and apart from all other funds in the treasury. 

(c) The account shall consist of fees remitted pursuant to sections 338-14.5 and 572-5, income tax remittances allocated under section 2(35-102.5), fines collected pursuant to sections [586-4(e)], 580-10, and 586-11, interest and investment earnings, grants, donations, and contributions from private or public sources. All realizations of the account shall be subject to the conditions specified in subsection (b).

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 291C-171 Disposition of fines and forfeitures

(a) All fines and forfeitures collected upon conviction or upon the forfeiture of bail of any person charged with a violation of any section or provision of the state traffic

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laws and all assessments collected relating to the commission of traffic infractions shall be paid to the director of finance of the State.

(b) In addition to any monetary assessment imposed for a traffic infraction, the court may impose penalties on all outstanding traffic citations and judgments. The penalties shall be established pursuant to rules approved by the supreme court; provided that the amounts of the penalties shall be based upon a graduated scale that increases in proportion to the length of the delinquency. Any interest penalty imposed as provided in this section may be waived by the court for good cause. All penalties collected for such outstanding citations and judgments shall be paid to the director of finance of the State.

State/statewide agency N/A Traffic
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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 601-3.7 Judiciary computer system special fund

(a) There is established in the state treasury a special fund to be known as the judiciary computer system special fund, which shall contain the following: (1) Moneys collected from

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administrative fees pursuant to section 287-3(a); (2) Fees prescribed by the supreme court by rule of court for electronic document certification, electronic copies of documents, and for providing bulk access to electronic court records and compilations of data; and (3) Fees pursuant to sections 607-4(b)(10) and 607-5(c)(32).

(b) The fund shall be used for: (1) Consulting and other related fees and expenses in the selection, implementation, programming, and subsequent upgrades in judiciary computer system for a statewide computer system; and (2) The purchase of hardware and related software for a judiciary computer system.

(c) The fund may be used for other expenses relating to new technology in traffic enforcement and civil, criminal, and appellate case processing and management, including operations and maintenance.

(d) Moneys in the judiciary computer system special fund shall not revert to the general fund.

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-643 Disposition of funds

(1) The defendant shall pay a fine or any installment thereof to the cashier or clerk of the district or circuit court. In the event of default in payment, the

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clerk shall notify the prosecuting attorney and, if the defendant is on probation, the probation officer.

(2) All fines and other final payments received by a clerk or other officer of a court shall be accounted for, with the names of persons making payment, and the amount and date thereof, being recorded. All such funds shall be deposited with the director of finance to the credit of the general fund of the State. With respect to fines and bail forfeitures that are proceeds of the wildlife revolving fund under section 183D-10.5, and fines that are proceeds of the compliance resolution fund under sections 26-9(o) and 431:2-410, the director of finance shall transmit the fines and forfeitures to the respective funds.

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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-651 Payments by defendant; order of priority

When a defendant is ordered to make payments pursuant to chapters 351, 706, 846F, and 853, or as
otherwise provided by law, payments shall be made in the following order

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of priority:

(1) Restitution;
(2) Crime victims compensation fee;
(3) Probation services fee;
(4) Human trafficking victim services fee;
(5) Other fees, including but not limited to internet crimes against children fee and drug demand reduction assessment fee;
(6) DNA analysis monetary assessment; and
(7) Fines.

State/statewide agency N/A Misdemeanor, Felony
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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-603(3) DNA analysis monetary assessment; DNA registry special fund.

(3) There is established a special fund to be known as the DNA registry special fund which shall be administered by the attorney general. The fund shall consist of:
(a)

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All assessments and penalties ordered pursuant to subsection (1);
(b) All other moneys received by the fund from any other source; and
(c) Interest earned on any moneys in the fund.
Moneys in the DNA registry special fund shall be used for the Hawaii sexual assault response and training program established pursuant to chapter 844G; costs related to testing and storage of sexual assault evidence collection kits pursuant to chapter 844G; and DNA collection, DNA testing, and related costs of recording, preserving, and disseminating DNA information pursuant to chapter 844D.

State/statewide agency N/A Felony
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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 706-648(4) Probation services fee

(4) The defendant shall pay the fee to the clerk of the court. The fee shall be deposited with the director of finance who shall transmit the fee to the

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probation services special fund pursuant to section 706-649.

Supervision agency N/A Misdemeanor, Felony
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Hawaii Haw. Rev. Stat. § 846F-4 Internet crimes against children special fund; established

(a) There is established in the state treasury the internet crimes against children special fund, into which shall be deposited:
(1) All fees collected pursuant to section 846F-3;
(2) Moneys

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appropriated by the legislature to the fund;
(3) Other grants and gifts made to the fund; and
(4) Any income and capital gains earned by the fund.
(b) Moneys in the internet crimes against children special fund shall be expended by the department of the attorney general for the following purposes:
(1) To provide training and equipment for local law enforcement agencies to use in investigating and prosecuting internet crimes against children, including funding to increase the forensic capacity of digital evidence;
(2) To enable law enforcement to investigate and prosecute internet crimes against children; and
(3) To assist groups working directly to combat internet crimes against children.
(c) All unexpended and unencumbered moneys remaining in the internet crimes against children special fund at the close of each fiscal year that are deemed, by the director of finance, to be in excess of the moneys necessary to carry out the purpose of this section over the following fiscal year shall lapse to the credit of the state general fund.

State/statewide agency N/A Misdemeanor, Felony
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Texas Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 102.0171 Fines: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Funds

(a) A defendant convicted of an offense under Section 28.08, Penal Code, in a county court, county court at law, or district court shall pay a fine of $50 for juvenile delinquency

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prevention and graffiti eradication.

(c) The clerks of the respective courts shall collect the fines and pay the fines to the county treasurer or to any other official who discharges the duties commonly delegated to the county treasurer for deposit in a fund to be known as the county juvenile delinquency prevention fund. A fund designated by this subsection may be used only to:

(1) repair damage caused by the commission of offenses under Section 28.08, Penal Code;

(2) provide educational and intervention programs and materials, including printed educational materials for distribution to primary and secondary school students, designed to prevent individuals from committing offenses under Section 28.08, Penal Code;

(3) provide to the public rewards for identifying and aiding in the apprehension and prosecution of offenders who commit offenses under Section 28.08, Penal Code;

(4) provide funding for teen recognition and teen recreation programs;

(5) provide funding for local teen court programs;

(6) provide funding for the local juvenile probation department; and

(7) provide educational and intervention programs designed to prevent juveniles from engaging in delinquent conduct.

(d) The county juvenile delinquency prevention fund shall be administered by or under the direction of the commissioners court.

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Texas Tex. Loc. Gov't Code Sec. 414.001; Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 37.073 Definitions; Repayment of Rewards; Fines

Tex. Loc. Gov't Code Sec. 414.001(2) “Crime stoppers organization” means: (A)  a private, nonprofit organization that is operated on a local or statewide level, that accepts donations and expends funds for rewards

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to persons who submit tips under Section 414.0015(a), and that forwards the information received from tips to the appropriate law enforcement agency, school district, or open-enrollment charter school as provided by Section 414.0015(b); or (B)  a public organization that is operated on a local or statewide level, that pays rewards to persons who submit tips under Section 414.0015(a), and that forwards the information received from tips to the appropriate law enforcement agency, school district, or open-enrollment charter school as provided by Section 414.0015(b).

Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 37.073(a) After a defendant has been convicted of a felony offense, the judge may order a defendant to pay a fine repaying all or part of a reward paid by a crime stoppers organization.

Private actors

Public agencies, which also may act as "crime stoppers" organizations

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Texas Tex. Code Crim. Proc.. Art. 102.017(a)-(b) Courthouse Security Fund; Municipal Court Building Security Fund; Justice Court Building Security Fund

(a) The courthouse security fund is a fund in the county treasury, and the municipal court building security fund is a fund in the municipal treasury. The funds consist of money

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allocated to the funds under Sections 134.101, 134.102, and 134.103, Local Government Code.

(b) Money deposited in a courthouse security fund may be used only for security personnel, services, and items related to buildings that house the operations of district, county, or justice courts, and money deposited in a municipal court building security fund may be used only for security personnel, services, and items related to buildings that house the operations of municipal courts. For purposes of this subsection, operations of a district, county, or justice court include the activities of associate judges, masters, magistrates, referees, hearing officers, criminal law magistrate court judges, and masters in chancery . . . 

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Texas Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 102.0186(a),(c) ine for Certain Child Sexual Assault and Related Convictions

(a) A person convicted of an offense under Section 21.02, 21.11, 22.011(a)(2), 22.021(a)(1)(B), 43.25, 43.251, or 43.26, Penal Code, shall pay a fine of $100 on conviction of the offense.

(c) The clerks

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of the respective courts shall collect the fines and pay the fines to the county treasurer or to any other official who discharges the duties commonly delegated to the county treasurer for deposit in a fund to be known as the county child abuse prevention fund. A fund designated by this subsection may be used only to fund child abuse prevention programs in the county where the court is located.

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child abuse prevention programs

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Texas Tex. Transp. Code Sec. 542.403(a)-(b) Fines

(a) In addition to other costs, the court shall order a person convicted of a misdemeanor under this subtitle to pay a fine of $3.

(b) The officer who collects a fine under

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this section shall:

(1) deposit in the municipal treasury a fine collected in a municipal court case; and

(2) deposit in the county treasury a fine collected in a justice court case or in a county court case, including a case appealed from a justice or municipal court.

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Texas Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 102.014(f)-(h) Fines for Child Safety Fund in Municipalities

(f) In a municipality with a population greater than 850,000 according to the most recent federal decennial census, the officer collecting a fine in a municipal court case shall deposit money

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collected under this article in the municipal child safety trust fund established as required by Chapter 106, Local Government Code.

(g) In a municipality with a population less than 850,000 according to the most recent federal decennial census, the money collected under this article in a municipal court case must be used for a school crossing guard program if the municipality operates one. If the municipality does not operate a school crossing guard program or if the money received from fines from municipal court cases exceeds the amount necessary to fund the school crossing guard program, the municipality may: (1) deposit the additional money in an interest-bearing account; (2) expend the additional money for programs designed to enhance child safety, health, or nutrition, including child abuse prevention and intervention and drug and alcohol abuse prevention; or (3) expend the additional money for programs designed to enhance public safety and security.

(h) Money collected under this article in a justice, county, or district court shall be used to fund school crossing guard programs in the county where they are collected. If the county does not operate a school crossing guard program, the county may: (1) remit fine revenues to school districts in its jurisdiction for the purpose of providing school crossing guard services; (2) fund programs the county is authorized by law to provide which are designed to enhance child safety, health, or nutrition, including child abuse prevention and intervention and drug and alcohol abuse prevention; (3) provide funding to the sheriff’s department for school-related activities; (4) provide funding to the county juvenile probation department; or (5) deposit the money in the general fund of the county.

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Local law enforcement; school districts; children; county programs; county general fund.

Misdemeanor
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Texas Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 42A.653(c) Additional Monthly Fine for Certain Sex Offenders

(c) A community supervision and corrections department shall deposit a fine collected under this article to be sent to the comptroller as provided by Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local Government Code.

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The comptroller shall deposit the fine in the sexual assault program fund under Section 420.008, Government Code.

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Sexual Assault fund

Felony