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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Language from the rule||When does the rule apply?|
|Oklahoma||Okla. R. 8.6||Rule 8.6. Change of conditions; Incarceration for failure to appear or satisfy fine and/or costs||
At any time so fixed by the court for the defendant to appear on due date of installment or to appear for examination to determine change of condition set out+ See more
in Rule 8.5, and the defendant fails to appear, he/she may be incarcerated to satisfy the fine and/or costs. In addition, if the defendant fails to pay fine and/or costs in accordance with the court's order, and the court determines the failure to pay was willful in accordance with Rules 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 and 8.4, the defendant may be incarcerated to satisfy the fine and/or costs.
|Fines and fees|
|Pennsylvania||PA R GREENE CTY RCRP Rule G1407-CRIM||Payment of Fines, Costs, and Restitution||
a. All fines, costs, and restitution assessed at the time of sentencing shall be payable within fifteen (15) days of sentencing, except in cases where the defendant can show a+ See more
hardship, the Greene County Probation and Parole Department may arrange a payment schedule with the defendant in order to provide that all such fines, costs and restitution are paid in full at least one (1) month prior to the maximum term of the sentence. b. The Greene County Parole and Probation Department shall ensure that all cases where the defendant has not paid the fines, costs and restitution pursuant to the foregoing are scheduled for a violation hearing consistent with Pa.R.Crim.P. 1409 when a defendant unjustifiably is not making payments agreed upon, but in any event, such hearing shall be scheduled not later than one (1) month prior to the termination of the maximum sentence of the defendant.
|Fines and fees|