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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3204 Victim Notification -- Fee

The court shall charge a fee of fifteen dollars ($ 15.00) for victim notification purposes to be paid by each person found guilty of each felony, misdemeanor or infraction under section

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18-8001 or 49-301, Idaho Code, or first-time infraction under section 23-604 or 23-949, Idaho Code, except when the court orders such fee waived because the person is indigent and unable to pay such fee. Such fee shall be in addition to all other fines and fees levied. Such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer who shall, within five (5) days after the end of the month, pay such fees to the state treasurer for deposit in the state victim notification fund established in section 67-2912, Idaho Code.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3201E Drug Court and Mental Health Court Fee -- Drug Court and Mental Health Court Fund

Each person admitted into a drug court or mental health court shall pay a drug court and mental health court fee in an amount not to exceed three hundred dollars

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($ 300) per month or a lesser amount as set by the administrative district judge for participants in the drug court and mental health court. For good cause, the judge presiding over a drug court or mental health court may exempt a participant from paying all or a portion of the drug court and mental health court fee. The fee imposed under this section shall be paid to the clerk of the district court for deposit into the county drug court and mental health court fund which is hereby created in each county that has a drug court or mental health court. Moneys in this fund may be accumulated from year to year and shall be expended exclusively for expenses incurred in connection with the drug court or mental health court including, but not limited to, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, drug testing, supervision and private counseling services utilized by the drug court or mental health court. ...

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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3201D(2) County Misdemeanor Probation Supervision Fee

Any fee paid under this section on or after July 1, 2008, and regardless of whether the underlying judgment of conviction, withheld judgment or order imposing probation was entered before

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or after that date, shall be paid to the clerk of the district court, who shall pay the first one dollar ($ 1.00) of each monthly payment to the state treasurer for deposit in the peace officers standards and training fund authorized in section 19-5116, Idaho Code, to help offset the costs to counties for the basic training, continuing education and certification of misdemeanor probation officers whether those officers are employees of or by private sector contract with a county; the clerk of the district court shall deposit the remainder of each monthly payment into the county misdemeanor probation fund which is hereby created in each county, or at the option of the board of county commissioners, deposited in the county justice fund to be used for the purposes described in this section. Moneys from this fee may be accumulated from year to year and shall be expended exclusively for county misdemeanor probation services and related purposes.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3201C Community Service Fee

The court shall charge a fee of sixty cents (60 cent(s) ) per hour of community service to be remitted to the state insurance fund for purposes of providing worker's

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compensation insurance for persons performing community service; however, if a county is self-insured and provides worker's compensation insurance for persons performing community service, then remittance to the state insurance fund is not required. This per hour fee shall be paid by each person found guilty of any felony or misdemeanor and community service is provided as part of the sanction or as a condition of a withheld judgment or probation. The court may waive such fee if it determines the person is indigent and unable to pay such fee. Such fees shall be in addition to all other fines and fees levied. Such fees shall be paid to the district court and deposited in the county treasury for payment to the state insurance fund.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3201A(2)-(5) Court Fees

The clerk of the district court in addition to the fees and charges imposed by chapter 20, title 1, Idaho Code, and by section 31-3201, Idaho Code, and in addition to

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the fee levied by chapter 2, title 73, Idaho Code, shall charge, demand and receive the following fees for services rendered by him in discharging the duties imposed upon him by law: (2)  Felonies and misdemeanors. A fee of seventeen dollars and fifty cents ($ 17.50) shall be paid, but not in advance, by each person found guilty of any felony or misdemeanor, except when the court orders such fee waived because the person is indigent and unable to pay such fee. Eleven dollars ($ 11.00) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer for deposit in the district court fund of the county, with six dollars ($ 6.00) of such eleven dollars ($ 11.00) dedicated to provide for the suitable and adequate quarters of the magistrate's division of the district court, including the facilities and equipment necessary to make the space provided functional for its intended use, and shall provide for the staff personnel, supplies and other expenses of the magistrate's division; one dollar ($ 1.00) of such filing fee shall be paid to the peace officers standards and training fund established in section 19-5116, Idaho Code; and five dollars and fifty cents ($ 5.50) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer who shall pay such fees to the state treasurer for deposit in accordance with subsection (15) of this section;  (3)  Infractions. A fee of sixteen dollars and fifty cents ($ 16.50) shall be paid, but not in advance, by each person found to have committed an infraction or any minor traffic, conservation or ordinance violation, and a fee of seventeen dollars and fifty cents ($ 17.50) shall be paid, but not in advance, by each person found to have committed an infraction under section 18-8001 or 49-301, Idaho Code, or a first-time infraction under section 23-604 or 23-949, Idaho Code, and distributed pursuant to subsection (2) of this section; provided that the judge or magistrate may in his or her discretion consolidate separate nonmoving traffic offenses into one (1) offense for purposes of assessing such fee. Eleven dollars ($ 11.00) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer for deposit in the district court fund of the county, with six dollars ($ 6.00) of such eleven dollars ($ 11.00) dedicated to provide for the suitable and adequate quarters of the magistrate's division of the district court, including the facilities and equipment necessary to make the space provided functional for its intended use, and shall provide for the staff personnel, supplies and other expenses of the magistrate's division; one dollar ($ 1.00) of such filing fee shall be paid to the peace officers standards and training fund established in section 19-5116, Idaho Code; and four dollars and fifty cents ($ 4.50) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer, who shall pay such fees to the state treasurer for deposit in accordance with subsection (15) of this section;  (4)  Initial appearance other than plaintiff. A fee of one hundred dollars ($ 100) shall be paid for any filing constituting the initial appearance by a party, except the plaintiff, in any civil action in the district court or in the magistrate division of the district court, except small claims. If two (2) or more parties are making their initial appearance in the same filing, then only one (1) filing fee shall be collected. Of such fee, four dollars ($ 4.00) shall be paid to the county treasurer for deposit in the district court fund of the county; eighty dollars ($ 80.00) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer who shall, within five (5) days after the end of the month, pay such fees to the state treasurer for deposit into the court technology fund; ten dollars ($ 10.00) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer who shall pay such fees to the state treasurer for deposit in accordance with subsection (15) of this section; and six dollars ($ 6.00) of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer who shall, within five (5) days after the end of the month, pay such fees to the state treasurer for deposit in the senior magistrate judges fund;  (5)  Accountings. A fee of nine dollars ($ 9.00) shall be paid by the person or persons required to make an account pursuant to title 15, Idaho Code, at the time such account is filed. All of such fee shall be paid to the county treasurer for deposit in the district court fund of the county.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 18-8010 Surcharge Added to All Fines

Every person who is convicted, found guilty, pleads guilty or receives a withheld judgment for violating the provisions of this chapter shall be required to pay an additional fifteen dollars

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($15.00) in addition to any other fine, penalty or costs the court may assess. Moneys received pursuant to this section shall be remitted to the county treasurer in the county where the person was adjudicated for deposit in the "court interlock device and electronic monitoring device fund" which is hereby created in each county. Moneys in this fund may be utilized for the purchase of ignition interlock devices and electronic monitoring devices required pursuant to section 18-8008, Idaho Code. Additionally, any moneys a court charges a defendant for using an ignition interlock device or electronic monitoring devices shall be placed in this fund. The court may also utilize moneys in this fund to assist an indigent defendant to procure an ignition interlock device or electronic monitoring devices. The court may also utilize moneys in this fund for alcohol or drug abuse related probation, treatment or prevention programs for adults or juveniles.

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Alcohol or drudge abuse related probation, treatment, or prevention programs for adults and juveniles.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 49-1818 Abandoned Vehicle Trust Account -- Appropriation and Use

(1) An account is established, to be known and designated as the abandoned vehicle trust account. There shall be set aside, paid into and credited to the account, moneys remaining

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from any sale of an abandoned vehicle or any vehicle removed under extraordinary circumstances after satisfaction of all possessory liens and costs of conducting the sale, and the fee authorized under section 31-3201F, Idaho Code, collected by the district courts. (2) Moneys deposited in the abandoned vehicle trust account are hereby continuously appropriated to the department for the purposes of satisfying allowable claims and reimbursing the costs of administering the provisions of this chapter. (3) Any person claiming an interest in the vehicle may file a claim with the department for any portion of the excess proceeds from an abandoned vehicle sale which were forwarded to the department. Upon determination of the department that the claimant is entitled to some amount, the department shall pay an amount which in no case shall exceed the amount forwarded to the department in connection with the sale of the vehicle. The department shall not honor any claim filed more than two (2) years after the sale. (4) Each fee collected by the district courts pursuant to section 31-3201F, Idaho Code, shall be distributed as follows to the: (a) Law enforcement agency that directed the tow of the vehicle involved in the infraction ..............$50.00 (b) Tow company that towed the vehicle involved in the infraction $50.00 (c) Department ...................................................$50.00 Fees shall be distributed to law enforcement agencies and tow companies on a monthly basis. All fees distributed to the department shall be deposited in the state highway account.

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Idaho Idaho Code Ann. § 19-4705(a);(c);(d) Payment of Fines and Forfeitures -- Satisfaction of Judgment -- Disposition -- Apportionment

(a)  All fines and forfeitures collected pursuant to the judgment of any court of the state shall be remitted to the court in which the judgment was rendered. The judgment shall

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then be satisfied by entry in the docket of the court. The clerk of the court shall daily remit all fines and forfeitures to the county auditor who shall at the end of each month apportion the proceeds according to the provisions of this chapter. Other existing laws regarding the disposition of fines and forfeitures are hereby repealed to the extent such laws are inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter except as provided in section 49-1013(5), Idaho Code;   (c) Fines and forfeitures remitted for violations of state motor vehicle laws, for violation of state driving privilege laws, and for violation of state laws prohibiting driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicating substances, shall be apportioned ten percent (10%) to the state treasurer of which eighty-six percent (86%) shall be deposited to the state general fund and fourteen percent (14%) shall be deposited to the peace officers standards and training fund authorized in section 19-5116, Idaho Code, forty-five percent (45%) to the state treasurer for deposit in the highway distribution account, twenty-two and one-half percent (22 ½ %) to the district court fund and twenty-two and one-half percent (22 ½ %) to the state treasurer for deposit in the public school income fund; provided, however, that fines and forfeitures remitted for violation of state motor vehicle laws, for violation of state driving privilege laws, and for violation of state laws prohibiting driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicating substances, where an arrest is made or a citation is issued by a city law enforcement official, or by a law enforcement official of a governmental agency under contract to provide law enforcement services for a city, shall be apportioned ten percent (10%) to the state treasurer of which eighty-six percent (86%) shall be deposited to the state general fund and fourteen percent (14%) shall be deposited to the peace officers standards and training fund authorized in section 19-5116, Idaho Code, and ninety percent (90%) to the city whose officer made the arrest or issued the citation;   (d)  Fines and forfeitures remitted for violation of any state law not involving fish and game laws, or motor vehicle laws, or state driving privilege laws, or state laws prohibiting driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicating substances, shall be apportioned ten percent (10%) to the state treasurer of which eighty-six percent (86%) shall be deposited to the state general fund and fourteen percent (14%) shall be deposited to the peace officers standards and training fund authorized in section 19-5116, Idaho Code, and ninety percent (90%) to the district court fund of the county in which the violation occurred.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 19-4702 Disposition of Other Funds

Whenever any money shall be or shall come into the possession of any clerk of court, or other public officer authorized to receive the same, and no fund is specified

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by law into which such money shall be paid, or purpose to which the same shall be applied, the officer in possession of, or who may come into the possession of any money in such cases, shall pay the same to the state treasurer, who shall add the same to the permanent school fund, and such money shall thereafter be and remain a part of said fund.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3201 Clerk of District Court -- Fees

(1)  The clerk of the district court shall lawfully charge, demand and receive the following fees for services rendered by him in discharging the duties imposed upon him by law:  For filing

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and docketing abstract or transcript of judgment from another court....................................................................$ 2.00; For issuing execution upon an abstract or transcript of judgment and filing same on return......................................................… $ 2.00; For recording execution issued upon abstract or transcript of judgment, per page.....................................................................$ 2.00; For taking affidavits, including jurat................................$ 1.00; For taking acknowledgments, including seal............................$ 1.00; For filing and indexing designation of agent of foreign corporation   $ 2.00; For filing and indexing notarial statement............................$ 2.00; For making copy of any file or record, by the clerk, the clerk shall charge and receive, per page....................................................$ 1.00; For comparing and conforming a prepared copy of any file or record, the clerk shall charge and receive, per page....................................$.50; For certifying the same an additional fee for certificate and seal....$ 1.00; For all services not herein enumerated, and of him lawfully required, the clerk of the district court shall demand and receive such fees as are herein allowed for similar services.   (2)  All fees collected under the provisions of this section shall be paid over to the county treasurer, at the same time and in the same manner as other fees.   (3)  In addition to all other fines, forfeitures and costs levied by the court, the clerk of the district court shall collect ten dollars ($ 10.00) as an administrative surcharge fee on each criminal case, including an infraction under section 18-8001 or 49-301, Idaho Code, a first-time infraction under section 23-604 or 23-949, Idaho Code, and five dollars ($ 5.00) on other infractions to be paid over to the county treasurer at the same time and in the same manner as other fees, for the support of the county justice fund, or the current expense fund if no county justice fund has been established, and shall collect ten dollars ($ 10.00) as an administrative surcharge fee on each civil case, including each appeal, to be paid over to the county treasurer for the support of the county court facilities fund, or to the district court fund if no county court facilities fund has been established.   (4)  Provided further, an additional handling fee of two dollars ($ 2.00) shall be imposed on each monthly installment of criminal or infraction fines, forfeitures, and other costs paid on a monthly basis.   (5)  Provided further, in addition to all other fines, forfeitures and costs levied by the court, the clerk of the district court shall collect ten dollars ($ 10.00) as a court technology fee on each criminal and infraction offense to be paid over to the county treasurer who shall, within five (5) days after the end of the month, pay such fee to the state treasurer for deposit into the court technology fund.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 20-225 Payment for Cost of Supervision

 

... Money collected as a fee for services will be placed in the probation and parole receipts revenue fund, which is hereby created in the dedicated fund in the state

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treasury, and utilized to provide supervision for clients. Moneys in the probation and parole receipts revenue fund may be expended only after appropriation by the legislature. This section shall not restrict the court from ordering the payment of other costs and fees that, by law, may be imposed on persons who have been found guilty of or have pled guilty to a criminal offense, including those who have been placed on probation or parole.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 20-225A Payment for Interstate Compact Application

Money collected as a fee for services and compact administration shall be placed in the probation and parole receipts account, which is hereby created in the dedicated fund in the

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state treasury, and shall be utilized to provide supervision for offenders. Moneys in the probation and parole receipts account may be expended only after appropriation by the legislature.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 20-520(1)(p)-(r) Sentencing

(p)  The court shall assess a twenty dollar ($ 20.00) detention/probation training academy fee against the juvenile offender for every petition filed where there has been an adjudication that the juvenile

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offender is within the purview of this chapter. All moneys raised pursuant to this paragraph shall be transmitted by the court for deposit in the juvenile corrections fund which is created in section 20-542, Idaho Code;   (q)  Additionally, the court shall assess a fee of sixty cents (60 cent(s) ) per hour of community service against the juvenile offender for every petition filed where there has been an adjudication that the juvenile offender is within the purview of this chapter and the court is ordering community service. Such fee is to be remitted by the court to the state insurance fund for purposes of providing worker's compensation insurance for persons performing community service pursuant to this chapter. However, if a county is self-insured and provides worker's compensation insurance for persons performing community service pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, then remittance to the state insurance fund is not required;   (r)  Additionally, the court may assess a monthly probation supervision fee that shall be an amount not more than the maximum monthly misdemeanor probation supervision fee set forth in section 31-3201D, Idaho Code, per month, or such lesser sum as determined by the administrative judge of the judicial district, against the juvenile offender placed on probation. The amount of the monthly probation supervision fee shall be paid to the clerk of the district court who shall deposit such fee into the county juvenile probation fund, which is hereby created, in each county or, at the option of the board of county commissioners, deposited in the county justice fund to be used for county juvenile probation services. Moneys from this fee may be accumulated from year to year and shall be expended exclusively for county juvenile probation services and related purposes.

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Worker's Compensation Insurance for Persons Performing Community Service.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 49-239 Disposition of Fines, Penalties, Forfeitures and Fees

[(1)]  All fines, penalties, and forfeitures collected for violations of any of the provisions of chapter 4 of this title, shall be remitted to the state treasurer and placed in the highway

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distribution account;  (2)  All other fines, penalties and forfeitures collected by any court or judge, for violation of motor vehicle laws, for violation of state driving privilege laws or for any other provisions of this title, shall be distributed as provided in section 19-4705, Idaho Code;  (3)  All fees collected shall be remitted to the state treasurer and placed in the highway distribution account unless otherwise provided in this title.

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Idaho Idaho Code § 31-3201H Surcharge Fee

(1)  The court shall charge a surcharge fee to be paid by each defendant for each criminal offense or infraction committed on or after April 15, 2010, for which the defendant is found

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or pleads guilty. Such fee shall be in addition to all other fines and fees levied;    (2)  The amount of the surcharge fee shall be as follows: (a)  For each felony, the fee shall be one hundred dollars ($ 100); (b)  For each misdemeanor, and for each infraction under section 18-8001 or 49-301, Idaho Code, or each first-time infraction under section 23-604 or 23-949, Idaho Code, the fee shall be fifty dollars ($ 50.00); and (c)  For each infraction, except each infraction under section 18-8001 or 49-301, Idaho Code, or each first-time infraction under section 23-604 or 23-949, Idaho Code, the fee shall be ten dollars ($ 10.00);    (3)  The fee shall be collected by the clerk of the district court and shall be paid to the county treasurer, who shall, within five (5) days after the end of the month, pay such fees to the state treasurer, who shall deposit eighty percent (80%) of such fees in the state general fund and twenty percent (20%) of such fees in the court technology fund created by section 1-1623, Idaho Code.

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Iowa Iowa Code § 692A.110(1) Costs of sex offender registration

1. A sex offender shall pay an annual fee in the amount of twenty-five dollars to the sheriff of the county of principal residence, beginning with the first required in-person appearance

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at the sheriff’s office after July 1, 2009. If the sex offender has more than one principal residence in this state, the offender shall pay the annual fee in the county where the offender is first required to appear in person after July 1, 2009. The sheriff shall accept the registration. If, at the time of registration, the sex offender is unable to pay the fee, the sheriff may allow the offender time to pay the fee, permit the payment of the fee in installments, or may waive payment of the fee. Fees paid to the sheriff shall be used to defray the costs of duties related to the registration of sex offenders under this chapter.

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Iowa Iowa Code § 905.14(1)-(2) Fees for probation and parole

1. A person placed on probation or parole and subject to supervision by a district department shall be required to pay an enrollment fee of three hundred dollars to the district

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department to offset the costs of supervision. In addition to the enrollment fee, the district department may require a person to pay a fee to the district department to offset the costs of providing sex offender programming to that person.

2. The fees established pursuant to this section shall not be waived by the sentencing court. Each district department shall retain fees collected for administrative and program services.

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Iowa Iowa Code § 356.7(5),(6) Charges for administrative costs and room and board — enforcement procedures

1. The county sheriff, or a municipality operating a temporary municipal holding facility or jail, may charge a prisoner who is eighteen years of age or older and who has been

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convicted of a criminal offense or sentenced for contempt of court for violation of a domestic abuse order for the actual administrative costs relating to the arrest and booking of that prisoner, for room and board provided to the prisoner while in the custody of the county sheriff or municipality, and for any medical aid provided to the prisoner under section 356.5. Moneys collected by the sheriff or municipality under this section shall be credited respectively to the county general fund or the city general fund and distributed as provided in this section . . .  

6. Of the moneys collected and credited to the city general fund as provided in this section, sixty percent of the moneys collected shall be used for police or law enforcement budget expenditures.

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Iowa Iowa Code § 602.8108(2)-(6),(8),(11) Distribution of court revenue

2. Except as otherwise provided, the clerk of the district court shall report and submit to the state court administrator, not later than the fifteenth day of each month, the fines

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and fees received during the preceding calendar month. Except as otherwise provided in this section, the state court administrator shall deposit the amounts received with the treasurer of state for deposit in the general fund of the state. The state court administrator shall report to the legislative services agency within thirty days of the beginning of each fiscal quarter the amount received during the previous quarter in the account established under this section.

3. The clerk of the district court shall remit to the state court administrator, not later than the fifteenth day of each month, ninety-five percent of all moneys collected from the criminal penalty surcharge provided in section 911.1 during the preceding calendar month. The clerk shall remit the remainder to the county treasurer of the county that was the plaintiff in the action or to the city that was the plaintiff in the action. Of the amount received from the clerk, the state court administrator shall allocate seventeen percent to be deposited in the victim compensation fund established in section 915.94, and eighty-three percent to be deposited in the general fund.

4. The clerk of the district court shall remit all moneys collected from the drug abuse resistance education surcharge provided in section 911.2 to the state court administrator for deposit in the general fund of the state and the amount deposited is appropriated to the governor’s office of drug control policy for use by the drug abuse resistance education program and other programs directed for a similar purpose.

5. The clerk of the district court shall remit all moneys collected from the assessment of the law enforcement initiative surcharge provided in section 911.3 to the state court administrator no later than the fifteenth day of each month for deposit in the general fund of the state.

6. The clerk of the district court shall remit all moneys collected from the assessment of the human trafficking victim surcharge provided in section 911.2A to the state court administrator no later than the fifteenth day of each month for deposit in the human trafficking victim fund created in section 915.95.

8. A court technology and modernization fund is established as a separate fund in the state treasury. The state court administrator shall allocate one million dollars of the moneys received under subsection 2 to be deposited in the fund, which shall be administered by the supreme court and shall be used to enhance the ability of the judicial branch to process cases more quickly and efficiently, to electronically transmit information to state government, local governments, law enforcement agencies, and the public, and to improve public access to the court system.

11. The clerk of the district court shall remit to the treasurer of state, not later than the fifteenth day of each month, all moneys collected from the sex offender civil penalty provided in section 692A.110 during the preceding calendar month. Of the amount received from the clerk, the treasurer of state shall allocate ten percent to be deposited in the court technology and modernization fund established in subsection 8. The treasurer of state shall deposit the remainder into the sex offender registry fund established in section 692A.119.

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Iowa Iowa Code § 805.8A(14)(f) Motor vehicle and transportation scheduled violations

Proof of financial responsibility. If, in connection with a motor vehicle accident, a person is charged and found guilty of a violation of section 321.20B, subsection 1, the scheduled fine is

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five hundred dollars; otherwise, the scheduled fine for a violation of section 321.20B, subsection 1, is two hundred fifty dollars. Notwithstanding section 805.12, fines collected pursuant to this paragraph shall be submitted to the state court administrator and distributed fifty percent to the victim compensation fund established in section 915.94, twenty-five percent to the county in which such fine is imposed, and twenty-five percent to the general fund of the state.

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