2011 ORS § 153.650¹
Disposition of fines for traffic offenses
  • municipal court

(1) If a municipal court enters a judgment of conviction for a traffic offense and the conviction resulted from a prosecution arising out of an arrest or complaint made by an officer of the Oregon State Police or by any other enforcement officer employed by state government, as defined in ORS 174.111 (State government defined):

(a) The amount prescribed by ORS 153.633 (Distribution to state) (1) is payable to the state and must be forwarded to the Department of Revenue for deposit in the Criminal Fine Account;

(b) One-half of the amount remaining after any payment required by paragraph (a) of this subsection is payable to the city in which the municipal court is located; and

(c) One-half of the amount remaining after any payment required by paragraph (a) of this subsection is payable to the state.

(2) If a municipal court enters a judgment of conviction for a traffic offense and the conviction resulted from a prosecution arising out of an arrest or complaint made by a city police officer or any other enforcement officer employed by the city:

(a) The amount prescribed by ORS 153.633 (Distribution to state) (1) is payable to the state and must be forwarded to the Department of Revenue for deposit in the Criminal Fine Account; and

(b) The remaining amount of the fine is payable to the city in which the court is located.

(3) If a municipal court enters a judgment of conviction for a traffic offense and the conviction resulted from a prosecution arising out of an arrest or complaint made by an enforcement officer employed by any other local government, as defined in ORS 174.116 (Local government and local service district defined):

(a) The amount prescribed by ORS 153.633 (Distribution to state) (1) is payable to the state and must be forwarded to the Department of Revenue for deposit in the Criminal Fine Account;

(b) One-half of the amount remaining after any payment required by paragraph (a) of this subsection is payable to the local government that employs the enforcement officer; and

(c) One-half of the amount remaining after any payment required by paragraph (a) of this subsection is payable to the city in which the court is located. [2011 c.597 §49]