Violations and Fines

ORS 153.018
Maximum fines


(1)

The penalty for committing a violation is a fine. The law creating a violation may impose other penalties in addition to a fine but may not impose a term of imprisonment.

(2)

Except as otherwise provided by law, the maximum fine for a violation committed by an individual is:

(a)

$2,000 for a Class A violation.

(b)

$1,000 for a Class B violation.

(c)

$500 for a Class C violation.

(d)

$250 for a Class D violation.

(e)

$2,000 for a specific fine violation, or the maximum amount otherwise established by law for the specific fine violation.

(3)

If a special corporate fine is specified in the law creating the violation, the sentence to pay a fine shall be governed by the law creating the violation. Except as otherwise provided by law, if a special corporate fine is not specified in the law creating the violation, the maximum fine for a violation committed by a corporation is:

(a)

$4,000 for a Class A violation.

(b)

$2,000 for a Class B violation.

(c)

$1,000 for a Class C violation.

(d)

$500 for a Class D violation. [1999 c.1051 §6; 2003 c.737 §103; 2011 c.597 §7]

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Jun. 26, 2021