Texas Financial Obligations Project Goals & Strategies for Idaho to Consider. Carl Reynolds Texas Office of Court Administration January 24, 2008. Trigger for Project: OCA Leadership in Related Area. A fine is a punishment and not a “BILL.” The payment is the defendant’s responsibility.
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Texas Financial Obligations Project Goals & Strategies for Idaho to Consider
Texas Office of Court Administration
January 24, 2008
A fine is a punishment and not a “BILL.”
The payment is the defendant’s responsibility.
It is expected that the defendant must sacrifice to pay.
The defendant must give payment the highest priority.
The defendant must expect consequences if payment is not made.
The defendant needs to understand the consequences.
The payment is a Court Order, a sentence which may not be convenient.
A court is not where people prefer to spend money.
But, many people come to court with money.
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Placements and Terminations
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Questions, Comments, Observations