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|State||Statute||Description/Statute Name||Statutory language||Type of obligation||Actor|
|New York||N.Y. City Crim. Ct. Act § 23||Fines paid to NY City Courts||
All fines paid into and received by the court shall be paid over to the commissioner of finance . . . at which time the court shall cause a statement+ See more
or statements of fines received to be filed with the comptroller and the commissioner of finance of the city.
|Obligation to report/conduct analysis||Municipal court|
|New York||N.Y. Crim. Proc. Law § 420.30||Remittance of fine/fee - obligation to record||
Any superior court which has imposed a fine, restitution or reparation for any offense may, in its discretion, on five days notice to the district attorney of the county in+ See more
which such fine, restitution or reparation was imposed and to each person otherwise required to be given notice of restitution or reparation pursuant to subdivision one of section 420.10, remit such fine, restitution or reparation or any portion thereof. In case of a fine, restitution or reparation imposed by a local criminal court for any offense, a superior court holding a term in the county in which the fine, restitution or reparation was imposed may, upon like notice, remit such fine, restitution or reparation or any portion thereof . . . If the court remits such restitution or reparation, or any part thereof, the reasons therefor shall be placed upon the record.
|Obligation to collect or record||State courts|
|New York||N.Y. Jud. Law §§ 790||Clerk to make schedule of fines imposed||
Where a fine has been imposed by a court of record, upon a grand or trial juror, or upon any officer or other person, without being accompanied with an order+ See more
for the immediate commitment of the person so fined, until the fine is paid, the clerk of the court, immediately after the close of the term at which the fine was imposed, must prepare a schedule, containing, in separate columns, the following matters:1. The name of each person fined. 2. His place of residence, where it appears, from the papers on file or before the court, to be within the county. 3. The amount of the fine imposed upon him. 4. The cause for which the fine was imposed. The clerk must subjoin to the schedule a certificate, to the effect, that it contains a true abstract of the orders imposing fines, and must annex it to the warrant specified in the next section.
|Obligation to collect or record||All courts|