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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Language from the rule||When does the rule apply?|
|Arkansas||Sup. Ct. Admin. Order 19||Access to Court Records||
Courts should endeavor to make at least the following information, when available in electronic form, remotely accessible to the public: (1) litigant/party/attorney indexes to cases filed with the court; (2)+ See more
listings of case filings, including the names of the parties; (3) the register of actions or docket sheets; (4) calendars or dockets of court proceedings, including case numbers and captions, date and time of hearings, and location of hearings; (5) judgments, orders, or decrees.
|North Dakota||N.D.R.Crim.P. 1||Scope and Exceptions||(4) Other Proceedings. These rules do not apply to: . . . (C) the collection of fines and penalties;||Fines and fees|
|North Dakota||N.D.R.Crim.P. 11||Pleas||
(1) The court may not accept a plea of guilty without first, by addressing the defendant personally [except as provided in Rule 43(b)] in open court, informing the defendant of+ See more
and determining that the defendant understands the following: . . . (G) any maximum possible penalty, including imprisonment, fine, and mandatory fee;
|Fines and fees|
|North Dakota||N.D.R.Crim.P. 38||Stay of Execution and Relief Pending Review||
(b) Fine. If the defendant appeals, the court may stay a sentence to pay a fine, fee or costs. The court may stay the sentence on any terms considered appropriate+ See more
and may require the defendant to: (1) deposit all or part of the fine, fee or costs with the clerk; (2) post a bond to pay the fine, fee or costs; or (3) submit to an examination concerning the defendant's assets and, if appropriate, order the defendant to refrain from dissipating assets.
|Fines and fees|