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419C.459 Fines. If a youth is found to be within the jurisdiction of the court under ORS 419C.005 by reason of committing an offense or by reason of committing an act that would constitute an offense if committed by an adult, the youth offender is subject to the same fines, including the minimum fines established under ORS 137.286 and 153.021, that are applicable to adults who commit the offense. In determining the amount of the fine, the court shall consider the potential rehabilitative effect of a fine.

[1993 c.33 §233; 2003 c.396 §113; 2011 c.597 §21]

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419C.459 Fines. In circumstances under which, if the youth offender were an adult, a fine not exceeding a certain amount could be imposed under the Oregon Criminal Code, the court may impose such a fine upon the youth offender. In determining whether to impose a fine and, if so, then in what amount, the court shall consider whether the youth offender will be able to pay a fine and whether payment of a fine is likely to have a rehabilitative effect on the youth offender. Fines ordered paid under this section shall be collected by the clerk of the court.

[1993 c.33 §233; 2003 c.396 §113]