Ex-convicts pay these charges
Hundreds of thousands in court fines, if inmate was fined. Examples of maximums:
$1,000 for a first DUI or first misdemeanor possession of hashish or concentrates
$20,000 for felony sale or distribution of under 25 pounds of drugs
$50,000 for cultivating marijuana into hashish or concentrates
$5,100 for second misdemeanor offense of possession of drug paraphernalia
Driver license fees, most collected by DPS
$25 driver-license reinstatement fee
$25 to $75 processing fee per suspension or revocation of driver license.
$200 trauma-care fund fee per suspension or revocation of driver license.
$15 one-time fee for community-based substance abuse revolving fund, assessed for alcohol- or drug-related driver license suspensions or revocations
$50 fee for interlock-restricted driver license
$160 drug and alcohol treatment assessment fee, for contractor
$150 to $360 drug and alcohol treatment course enrollment fee, for contractor
$25 per bad check, owed to district attorney
$100 to $300 drug abuse and education assessment, in drug crime cases
$20 to $155 Department of Public Safety revolving fund assessment in traffic or vehicle violation cases.
$80 per month probation supervision fee, including $40 to supervising entity and $40 to district attorney; typically charged for 24 months
$40 community service fee, if charged by county
$80 to $100 per month drug testing fee if sentenced to such testing
$160 to contractor for set-up for an ankle monitor, if required by court to have monitor
$75 per-month to contractor for monitoring with ankle monitor
$150 to $200 to contractor for alcohol interlock device, if sentenced to one
$80 to $100 per-month to contractor for interlock-device monitoring
$80 warrant fee to district court, if warrant is issued.
30 percent of total amount owed added to remaining balance as a collection fee if unpaid fees and fines are turned over to collection agency.
10 percent state-assessed interest on back child support, based on amount of child support owed.
Sources: Oklahoma Public Defender's Office; Oklahoma State Courts Network fee schedule; Oklahoma Department of Corrections; Oklahoma Department of Public Safety; Oklahoma statutes; National Conference of State Legislatures.