All monetary obligations constitute single obligation on part of convicted person
All fines, costs, assessments, restitution, compensatory fines and other monetary obligations imposed upon a convicted person in a circuit, justice or municipal court, shall constitute a single obligation on the part of the convicted person. The clerk shall subdivide the total obligation as provided in ORS 137.295 (Categories of monetary obligations) according to the various component parts of the obligation and shall credit and distribute accordingly, among those subdivisions, all moneys received. [1987 c.905 §2]
Note: See second note under 137.290 (Unitary assessment).
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