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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY... 2 COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES... 3 AUTHORITY FOR THE COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES... 3 HISTORY OF FINES AND FEES REPORTING... 3 PURPOSE OF FINES AND FEES REPORTING... 3 COLLECTION TOPICS... 4 SOURCE OF COURTS DATA... 4 CURRENT AND PRIOR-YEAR ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS... 4 ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS MADE BY COMMONWEALTH S ATTORNEYS... 4 COLLECTION METHODS... 5 IMPROVING THE COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES... 6 FY10 EFFORTS AT IMPROVING COLLECTIONS... 6 FY11 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT... 6 FY10 STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES... 7 ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS IN FY ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS BY COURT CLERKS FROM FY02 TO FY COURT ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS BY TYPE OF COURT IN FY ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS BY COMMONWEALTH S ATTORNEYS FROM FY02 TO FY ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS OF COMMONWEALTH S ATTORNEYS BY TYPE OF COURT IN FY TREND DATA FOR ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS FROM FY98 TO FY FY10 COLLECTION AGENTS FOR DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES FY10 LOCALITY COLLECTIONS OF DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES FY10 IN-HOUSE COLLECTION PROGRAMS OF COMMONWEALTH S ATTORNEYS PART A FY10 ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS OF FINES AND FEES... A PART B - COMPARISON OF FY09 AND FY10 COLLECTIONS...B APPENDICES...I APPENDIX 1: FY10 COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES FORM...II APPENDIX 2: SUPREME COURT GUIDELINES AND MODEL CONTRACT FOR THE COLLECTION OF UNPAID FINES, COSTS, FORFEITURES, AND PENALTIES BY PRIVATE CONTRACTORS, JANUARY 14, IV APPENDIX 3: FY11 POLICY STATEMENT FOR FINES AND FEES: COMMONWEALTH S ATTORNEY... XX APPENDIX 4: FY11 POLICY STATEMENT FOR FINES AND FEES: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT... XXI APPENDIX 5: FY11 ELECTION FOR THE COLLECTION METHOD OF FINES AND FEES: COMMONWEALTH S ATTORNEY...XXII APPENDIX 6: CODE OF VIRGINIA SECTIONS ON THE COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES... XXIII

3 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Court Clerks In FY10, Court Clerks assessed $483M and collected $360.5M in fines and fees. Court assessments between FY09 and FY10 decreased by $5.5M. by Court Clerks between FY09 and FY10 decreased by nearly $1.3M. Commonwealth s Attorneys In FY10, total assessments of delinquent fines and fees were $148.3M. Net assessments of delinquent fines and fees were $99.0M. Net assessments of delinquent fines and fees between FY09 and FY10 decreased by $10.8M. Gross collections for Commonwealth s Attorneys were $54.9M. Net collections in FY10 were $43.3M. Net collections by Commonwealth s Attorneys between FY09 and FY10 decreased by nearly $2.5M. Trend Data for Assessments and Court assessments have risen from $281.5M in FY98 to $482.9M in FY10. Court Clerks collected nearly $192.2M in FY98 compared to nearly $360.5M in FY10. Net assessments by Commonwealth s Attorneys have risen from $95.5M in FY98 to $99.0M in FY10. Gross collections of delinquent fines and fees by Commonwealth s Attorneys were over $29M in FY98 compared to $54.9M in FY10. Net collections by Commonwealth s Attorneys have risen from $22.9M in FY98 to $43.3M in FY10. Collection Agents In FY10, Commonwealth s Attorneys contracted with nine private collection agents, two localities and one state agency for the collection of delinquent fines and fees. Collection fee percentages ranged from 17 percent to 35 percent. In-House Collection Programs In FY10, eleven Commonwealth s Attorneys collected delinquent fines and fees in-house. Collection fee percentages ranged from 30 percent to 35 percent. 2

4 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES Authority for the Collection of Fines and Fees In the Code of Virginia, requires that Court Clerks collect on the fines, costs, forfeitures, and penalties, including court-ordered restitution, assessed within their court. If payment or a payment arrangement has not been made in thirty days, the account becomes delinquent. Ten days are allowed for the appeals process, after which the delinquent account becomes the responsibility of the Commonwealth s Attorney. The Commonwealth s Attorney is then responsible for the collection of the delinquent fines, costs, penalties, forfeitures, and restitution. The appendix of this report contains the entire text of and a listing of relevant Code sections. History of Fines and Fees Reporting The 1994 General Assembly adopted legislation directing the Compensation Board and the Department of to report to the Governor and the General Assembly regarding assessment and collection of fines, costs, forfeitures, penalties and restitution, as well as those fines and fees which remain unsatisfied or do not meet the conditions of by each circuit and district court. Pursuant to C, the Fines and Fees Report includes procedures established by the Department of and the Compensation Board pursuant to this section and a plan for increasing the collection of unpaid fines, costs, forfeitures, and penalties. The compilation of information for the fines and fees report began in August 1995 with the receipt of collection rates from the Supreme Court of Virginia (SCV) for all Court Clerks in Virginia. The Compensation Board had met previously with representatives of the Virginia Association of Commonwealth s Attorneys, SCV, Department of and a private collection agency to determine a reporting mechanism that would accurately reflect the collection efforts of Commonwealth s Attorneys. The task force developed a fines and fees collection form, approved by the Compensation Board, to be sent to all Commonwealth s Attorneys in July of each year requesting collection data on the previous fiscal year. Purpose of Fines and Fees Reporting Part A of the FY10 Fines and Fees Report tracks delinquent and non-delinquent fines and fees assessments and collections by all courts and Commonwealth s Attorneys. The collection method (individually selected collection agents) for each Commonwealth s Attorney is also listed. Part B compares delinquent and non-delinquent collections made in FY10 to collections made in FY09 and displays the variance percentage. This report does not compare collection methods chosen by Commonwealth s Attorneys or draw conclusions as to the effectiveness of any Clerk or Commonwealth s Attorney. The manner in which the data is collected does not allow for meaningful comparisons to be made between collection methods or individual offices. As the data for this report is supplied by numerous sources, to include the Supreme Court of Virginia, Commonwealth s Attorneys and the Fairfax Circuit Court Clerk, the Compensation Board does not attest to the accuracy of the data presented in this report. 3

5 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT COLLECTION TOPICS Source of Courts Data The FY10 Final BR22 Report (June 30, 2010) from the Supreme Court of Virginia s Financial Management System was the source document for courts data contained within this report. The courts data tracked assessments and collections by court within each locality. Account codes included in determining assessments and collections are those codes normally found on receivable accounts, which arise from a conviction in a traffic or criminal case, or penalties and costs assessed in a civil matter. Excluded costs are those normally associated with non-judicial financial activities such as taxes and fees assessed in a land transfer. The Supreme Court of Virginia supplied the methodology for including or excluding account codes used in determining assessments and collections in the BR22 Report for the FY10 Fines and Fees Report. The FY10 Final BR22 Report did not report assessments and collections made by the Fairfax County Circuit Court. This court reported directly to the Compensation Board the local assessments and collections made in FY10. Current and Prior-Year Assessments and The courts data presented in the FY10 Fines and Fees Report does not examine individual accounts to match assessed data with collected data, but instead focuses on court-wide activity. The Financial Management System was designed as an accounting system, not a collections system. Consequently, the Compensation Board cannot determine if the collection was made on a current or prior-year assessment. The Supreme Court s Financial Management System does not track the age of the account on which a collection payment is made. For this reason, the FY10 Fines and Fees Report does not contain collection rates. data are not comparable to assessment data because of the numerous variables impacting the collectability of some fines, costs, forfeitures, and penalties in the year in which they are assessed. In addition, collections may include both current and prior year assessments. Assessments and Made by Commonwealth s Attorneys Assessments of delinquent fines, costs, forfeitures, and penalties supplied by Commonwealth s Attorneys represent amounts that have been forwarded from the Clerk s office of that locality. The amount of delinquent assessments in the Clerk s office may not match the amount assessed in the Commonwealth s Attorney s office. In General District Courts, differences may be attributed to timing in the reporting, such as using assessment information from June 1, 2009 to May 31, 2010 to represent fiscal year 2010 data. The Clerk s office may mark an account delinquent in June but the Commonwealth s Attorney may not collect upon it until July. The Compensation Board specifically requested assessment and collection figures for the time period of July 1, 2009 through June 30,

6 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT The net assessments for Commonwealth s Attorneys are the total (gross) delinquent fines, fees, costs, and penalties assessed for the fiscal year, minus any accounts that were manually removed by Court Clerks, and minus any accounts that were reported paid through the Department of s Debt Set-Off Program. The collections for Debt Setoff in FY10 may contain amounts collected for prior year assessments. However, such amounts have not been previously reported. As a result of the potential adjustments, it is possible that the net assessments reported for a given year reflect a negative amount. Net collections for Commonwealth s Attorneys are the gross collections of fines, fees, costs, and penalties minus any fee for services by the collection agent. Collection Methods The Commonwealth s Attorney chooses the collection method noted in the data. The Clerk of each court may have a different collection method than that of the Commonwealth s Attorney. The Compensation Board does not report the collection method of Court Clerks because per , Code of Virginia, the Commonwealth s Attorney chooses the collection method of delinquent fines and fees accounts. 5

7 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT IMPROVING THE COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES Issue Accessibility of Fines and Fees Data Priority of Fines and Fees Assessment and Collection Adherence to Fines and Fees Policy Notice of Collection Method Partnerships to Improve the Reporting of Fines and Fees Best Practices for Collection of Fines and Fees FY10 Efforts at Improving Part B of the Fines & Fees Report, a comparison of current year to prior year collections, is a standard component of the annual fines and fees report. The Compensation Board agency website continues to give access to fines and fees data reporting. Addressed the importance of fines and fees collection with all newly elected and appointed Circuit Court Clerks and Commonwealth s Attorneys at the agency-sponsored New Officer Training held in December The Compensation Board required that all Commonwealth s Attorneys and Circuit Court Clerks review the Fines and Fees Compensation Board Policy Document and sign and date the policy statement certifying compliance. The Compensation Board required that all Commonwealth s Attorneys sign and date an election form regarding their collection method. On May 1, 2009, Compensation Board staff met with representatives from the Supreme Court of Virginia, Department of, Commonwealth s Attorneys, Circuit Court Clerks, and a private collection agent (Fines and Fees Report Committee) to discuss issues involving the annual Fines and Fees Report. Proposed changes in the FY09 Collection Form were adopted, to include an update to the Collection Form to exclude restitution and a separate form for assessment and collection of restitution to be completed by the Commonwealth s Attorney. In June 2009, Compensation Board staff contacted the Commonwealth s Attorneys that collected fines and fees in-house in FY09 to request a list of best practices. All six Commonwealth s Attorneys responded to the survey and the results are included in the FY09 Fines and Fees Report. FY11 Recommendations for Improvement The Compensation Board will continue to provide Part B, a comparison of current year to prior year collections, as a standard component of the annual fines and fees report. The Compensation Board will continue to post the annual fines and fees report to the agency website. Giving priority to fines and fees assessment and collection data is a standard component of Compensation Board training for new Constitutional Officers. The certification of Compensation Board fines and fees policy is an annual requirement of Court Clerks and Commonwealth s Attorneys. Commonwealth s Attorneys are required to annually elect their collection method. The Compensation Board will continue to work with Fines and Fees Report Committee in the future to address issues including: 1) consideration from the Supreme Court of Virginia to review and revise the 1999 policy document and model contract, 2) identify uncollectable accounts and separate as write-offs, 3) review restitution reports and determine next steps regarding reporting needs, and 4) discuss with the Supreme Court feasibility of aging system to monitor current year and previous year assessments and collections. In future years, Compensation Board staff may re-issue an invitation to Commonwealth s Attorneys and/or Circuit Court Clerks to respond to a follow-up best practices survey. 6

8 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT FY10 STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF FINES AND FEES Assessment and collection efforts of Court Clerks and Commonwealth s Attorneys in FY09 for Circuit, General District and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts (or Combined General District and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts) are reported by locality and are found in Part A of this report. The Supreme Court of Virginia, through the Financial Management System, compiles the collection efforts of Circuit Court Clerks (excluding the Fairfax County Circuit Court, which beginning in FY05 sends their information directly to the Compensation Board). The Compensation Board gathers delinquent collection data from Commonwealth s Attorneys, as reported in the fines and fees collection form. The following data are statewide assessment and collection efforts in FY10. Assessments and in FY10 FY10 Court Assessments Court Assessments Decrease from FY09 Court Court Decrease from FY09 Court Clerks $482,969, ($5,478,053.35) $360,488, ($1,292,483.75) FY10 Commonwealth s Attorneys TOTAL Assessments TOTAL Assessments Decrease from FY09 Net Assessments Net Assessments Decrease from FY09 $148,342, ($7,360,219.49) $99,015, ($10,813,850.39) FY10 Gross Gross Decrease from FY09 Net Net Decrease from FY09 Commonwealth s Attorneys $54,903, ($3,207,331.22) $43,311, ($2,526,603.46) An unpaid fine, cost, penalty and forfeiture goes delinquent 40 days after it has been assessed by the court. Delinquent assessments are passed to the Commonwealth s Attorney on a monthly basis from the Supreme Court. These amounts comprise Total Assessments. Accounts manually removed or deleted and accounts reported paid by the Department of are subtracted from Total Assessments. The remaining amount is Net Assessments. Gross is the total amount collected before the collection fee (17 to 35 percent) of the collection agent is subtracted. The remaining amount is Net. 7

9 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT Assessments and by Court Clerks from FY02 to FY10 $600 Millions of Dollars $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $323 $218 $378 $256 $429 $424 $439 $323 $322 $330 $468 $346 $490 $488 $483 $381 $362 $360 Assessed Collected $0 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 Fiscal Year Assessment and collection data are rounded to the nearest million dollars. Assessments by Court Clerks have risen from $323M in FY02 to $483M in FY10 (+ $160M), a 50 percent increase over the nine-year period. by Court Clerks have risen from $218M in FY02 to $360M in FY10 (+ $142M), a 65 percent increase in the same nine-year period. Court Assessments and by Type of Court in FY10 Court Assessments % % Circuit $152,350, % $88,975, % General District $270,737, % $222,262, % Juvenile & Domestic Relations $10,684, % $6,316, % Combined $49,196, % $42,933, % ALL COURTS $482,969, % $360,488, % 8

10 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT Assessments and by Commonwealth s Attorneys from FY02 to FY10 $140 Millions of Dollars $120 $100 $80 $60 $40 $20 $90 $83 $45 $43 $37 $34 $119 $110 $102 $95 $94 $94 $99 $56 $56 $58 $61 $50 $58 $55 $40 $44 $44 $45 $48 $46 $43 Net Assessed Gross Collected Net Collected $0 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 Fiscal Year Assessed and collected data are rounded to the nearest million dollars. Statewide net assessments of delinquent fines and fees by Commonwealth s Attorneys have increased from $90M in FY02 to $99M in FY10 (+ $9M), a 10 percent increase over the nine-year period. Gross collections have increased from $45M in FY02 to $55M in FY10 (+ $10M), a 22 percent increase over the nine-year period. Net collections have increased from $37M in FY02 to $43M in FY10 (+ $6M), a 16 percent increase during the same nine-year period. Assessments and of Commonwealth s Attorneys by Type of Court in FY10 Court Net Assessments % Gross Net Circuit $40,469, % $16,365, % $13,019, % General District Juvenile & Domestic Relations $49,137, % $31,294, % $24,458, % $3,481, % $2,124, % $1,677, % Combined $5,928, % $5,118, % $4,154, % ALL COURTS $99,015, % $54,903, % $43,311, % % 9

11 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT Trend Data for Assessments and from FY98 to FY10 Fiscal Year Court Assessments Court Clerks Court TOTAL Assessments Commonwealth s Attorneys Net Assessments Gross Net FY98 $281,520,488 $192,214,094 $99,289,193 $95,451,224 $29,226,310 $22,987,624 FY99 $293,495,030 $205,990,674 $91,046,200 $86,501,581 $33,510,222 $25,977,702 FY00 $301,848,434 $204,960,594 $85,186,780 $80,421,251 $37,151,100 $29,359,671 FY01 $310,747,359 $208,572,022 $93,463,464 $87,898,534 $38,473,776 $30,502,483 FY02 $323,494,376 $218,486,164 $101,556,401 $89,979,085 $45,012,077 $36,785,628 FY03 $377,717,346 $255,986,405 $107,121,508 $82,930,849 $42,961,117 $34,193,718 FY04 $429,237,880 $322,856,778 $123,411,501 $95,291,503 $50,084,608 $39,500,885 FY05 $423,513,600 $321,716,259 $126,412,887 $94,157,912 $56,079,755 $44,259,680 FY06 $438,877,634 $329,814,073 $129,750,928 $94,064,514 $56,046,773 $43,736,597 FY07 $467,983,288 $345,639,311 $139,964,530 $102,212,586 $57,884,824 $45,362,882 FY08 $489,788,957 $381,315,784 $163,050,235 $119,243,176 $60,613,433 $47,782,939 FY09 $488,447,154 $361,780,621 $155,702,792 $109,829,822 $58,110,662 $45,837,671 FY10 $482,969,101 $360,488,137 $148,342,573 $99,015,972 $54,903,331 $43,311,067 An unpaid fine, cost, penalty and forfeiture goes delinquent 40 days after it has been assessed by the court. Delinquent assessments are passed to the Commonwealth s Attorney on a monthly basis from the Supreme Court. These amounts comprise Total Assessments. Accounts manually removed or deleted and accounts reported paid by the Department of are subtracted from Total Assessments. The remaining amount is Net Assessments. Gross is the total amount collected before the collection fee (17 to 35 percent) of the collection agent is subtracted. The remaining amount is Net. Assessment and collection data are rounded to the nearest whole number. Court assessments have risen from $281.5M in FY98 to $483.0M in FY10 (+ $201.5M), a 72 percent increase over the thirteenyear period. Court collections have risen from $192.2M to $360.5M (+ $168M), a 88 percent increase over the same period. Total assessments for Commonwealth s Attorneys have risen from $99.3M in FY98 to $148.3M in FY10 (+$49M) a 49 percent increase over the thirteen-year period. Net assessments have risen from $95.5M in FY98 to $99.0M in FY10 (+$3.6M) a four percent increase over the same period. Gross collections by Commonwealth s Attorneys have risen from $29.2M to $54.9M (+ $25M), an 88 percent increase in the same period. Net collections by Commonwealth s Attorneys have risen from $22.9M to $43.31M (+$20M), an 88 percent increase in the same period. 10

12 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT FY10 Collection Agents for Delinquent Fines and Fees Collection Agent Locality Net Assessments Gross Collection Fee - $ Net Collection Fee - % Cantor & Cantor 087* $2,917, $1,447, $325, $1,121, % Wallace S. Covington 153 $4,563, $1,858, $495, $1,362, % Roland W. Dodson 740 $2,106, $1,137, $330, $806, % Fines Management 195 $645, $409, $132, $276, % Locality 107 and 650 $4,879, $1,685, $570, $1,114, % David S. Hudson 073, 115*, 119* and 127 $876, $618, $197, $421, % Kaufman and Canoles 810*** $4,134, $2,757, $674, $2,082, % Huff, Poole & Mahoney In-House Programs 041*, 057, 550, 710 and 810*** $14,460, $6,212, $1,519, $4,692, % 023, 063, 121, 137, 143, 165, 169, 175**, 590, 770 and 775 $11,458, $3,253, $1,101, $2,151, % Parish & Lebar 760 $6,715, $2,009, $380, $1,628, % Quadros & Associates 199 and 700**** $2,955, $1,581, $435, $1,146, % Dept. of 97 Localities $43,302, $32,186, $5,463, $26,714, % p g y Department of collected for Circuit and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts. **Southampton: In-House collected for Circuit Court only. The Department of collected for Combined Courts. ***Virginia Beach: Huff, Poole, & Mahoney collected for Circuit and Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts. Kaufman and Canoles collected for General District Court. ****Newport News: Quadros and Associates collected for General District Court and the Department of collection for Circuit and Juvenile Domestic Relations Courts. 11

13 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT In FY10, Commonwealth s Attorneys from 125 localities contracted with nine private agents, two localities (one county treasurer and one city attorney) and a state agency (Department of ) for the collection of delinquent fines and fees. Ten Commonwealth s Attorneys chose to collect fines and fees through in-house programs. Collection fees ranged from 17 to 35 percent. FY10 Locality of Delinquent Fines and Fees Net Collection Net Collection Locality Locality Gross Assessments Fee - $ Fee - % Loudoun 107 $1,569, $385, $115, $270, % Hampton 650 $3,310, $1,299, $454, $844, % TOTAL $4,879, $1,685, $570, $1,114, % The Commonwealth s Attorney of Loudoun County contracts with the Treasurer to collect delinquent fines and fees. The Commonwealth s Attorney of Hampton City contracts with the City Attorney to collect delinquent fines and fees. 12

14 FY09 FINES & FEES REPORT FY10 In-House Collection Programs of Commonwealth s Attorneys Locality Net Assessments -$- Gross -$- Collection Fee -$- Net -$- Collection Expenses -$- Collection Fee Surplus -$- Locality / State Split -$- Collection Fee -%- Botetourt County $441, $195, $68, $126, $3, $65, $32, % 1.7% Floyd County $202, $63, $20, $43, $ $20, $10, % 0.4% Collection Cost -%- Montgomery County $1,642, $537, $188, $349, $1, $187, $93, % 0.2% Orange County $323, $78, $34, $44, $3, $30, $15, % 4.3% Pittsylvania County $857, $222, $78, $144, $7, $70, $35, % 3.4% Rockingham County $1,670, $177, $62, $115, $72, $0.00 $ % 40.9% Scott County $586, $172, $59, $112, $ $58, $29, % 0.4% Southampton County* $294, $128, $38, $90, $5, $33, $16, % 4.1% Danville City $2,903, $680, $204, $475, $102, $102, $51, % 15.0% Roanoke City $2,043, $818, $285, $533, $76, $208, $104, % 9.4% Salem City $492, $177, $62, $115, $2, $59, $29, % 1.2% TOTAL $11,458, $3,253, $1,101, $2,151, $275, $826, $413, % 8.5% *Southampton County: In-House collected for the Circuit Court only. The Department of collected for the General District and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts. In FY10, eleven Commonwealth s Attorneys collected fines and fees through in-house programs. In-House collection fee percentages ranged from 30 to 35 percent and collection cost percentages ranged from 0.2 to 40.9 percent (collection cost percentage is calculated by dividing collection expenses by gross collections). 13

15 FY10 FINES AND FEES REPORT Note that although in-house collection fees range up to 35%, the proceeds from the collection fee surplus (the amount that collection fees exceed actual collection expenses) is split equally between the locality and the Commonwealth. 14

16 FY09 FINES & FEES REPORT PART A FY10 ASSESSMENTS AND COLLECTIONS OF FINES AND FEES Part A of this report details collection efforts of Court Clerks and Commonwealth s Attorneys. This section reports assessments and collections for each Court (Circuit, General District, Juvenile & Domestic Relations, and Combined General District / Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts) by locality. The data include delinquent assessments sent to the Commonwealth s Attorneys and collections by the collection agent chosen by the Commonwealth s Attorneys. The Supreme Court of Virginia compiles data for the Court Clerks (excluding the Fairfax County Circuit Court, which beginning in FY05 sends their information directly to the Compensation Board). The Compensation Board collects data from each Commonwealth s Attorney for delinquent accounts. The net assessments for Commonwealth s Attorneys are the total (gross) delinquent fines, fees, costs, and penalties assessed for the fiscal year, minus any accounts that were manually removed by Court Clerks, and minus any accounts that were reported paid through the Department of s Debt Set- Off Program. The collections for Debt Set-off in FY10 may contain amounts collected for prior year assessments. However, such amounts have not been previously reported. As a result of the potential adjustments, it is possible that the net assessments reported for a given year reflect a negative amount. Net collections for Commonwealth s Attorneys are the gross collections of fines, fees, costs, and penalties minus any fee for services by the collection agent. The FY10 Fines and Fees Report does not contain collection rates. data are not comparable to assessment data because of the numerous variables impacting the collectability of some fines, costs, forfeitures, and penalties in the year in which they are assessed. In addition, collections may include both current and prior year assessments. A

17 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 001 ACCOMACK CIRCUIT $564, $383, $65, $74, $61, GEN DISTRICT $1,868, $1,346, $130, $235, $195, J & DR $58, $35, $9, $17, $14, ALBEMARLE CIRCUIT $697, $297, $258, $101, $84, GEN DISTRICT $2,853, $2,515, $448, $250, $207, J & DR $81, $68, $18, $16, $13, A-1

18 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 005 ALLEGHANY CIRCUIT $483, $271, $116, $71, $59, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $1,333, $1,172, $176, $140, $116, AMELIA CIRCUIT $331, $244, $72, $34, $28, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $717, $643, $95, $76, $63, AMHERST CIRCUIT $853, $635, $186, $42, $35, GEN DISTRICT $1,636, $1,487, $186, $184, $153, J & DR $79, $53, $30, $18, $15, A-2

19 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 011 APPOMATTOX CIRCUIT $238, $96, $95, $15, $12, GEN DISTRICT $517, $479, $56, $58, $48, J & DR $22, $18, $9, $5, $4, ARLINGTON / FALLS CHURCH CIRCUIT $2,250, $1,178, ($552,201.69) $327, $271, GEN DISTRICT $7,145, $6,341, $276, $700, $581, J & DR $105, $75, $ $13, $11, AUGUSTA CIRCUIT $773, $497, $281, $119, $99, GEN DISTRICT $2,720, $2,453, $367, $300, $249, J & DR $112, $82, $42, $28, $23, A-3

20 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 017 BATH CIRCUIT $33, $21, $5, $12, $10, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $184, $178, $11, $7, $6, BEDFORD CIRCUIT $742, $509, $201, $99, $82, GEN DISTRICT $1,572, $1,419, $193, $168, $140, J & DR $126, $91, $31, $26, $22, BLAND CIRCUIT $362, $328, $24, $17, $14, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $1,336, $1,203, ($10,773.51) $79, $65, A-4

21 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 023 BOTETOURT CIRCUIT $492, $311, $162, $65, $42, In-House Program GEN DISTRICT J & DR $1,520, $1,345, $278, $129, $84, In-House Program 025 BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT $794, $653, $167, $69, $57, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $2,600, $2,191, $273, $250, $207, BUCHANAN CIRCUIT $644, $175, $446, $100, $83, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $557, $450, $118, $117, $97, A-5

22 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 029 BUCKINGHAM CIRCUIT $173, $109, $30, $15, $12, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $454, $408, $78, $58, $48, CAMPBELL CIRCUIT $807, $353, $439, $133, $110, GEN DISTRICT $1,294, $1,139, $155, $123, $102, J & DR $134, $83, $50, $25, $21, CAROLINE CIRCUIT $1,002, $618, $123, $47, $39, GEN DISTRICT $2,150, $1,943, $117, $256, $212, J & DR $49, $43, $8, $13, $10, A-6

23 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 035 CARROLL CIRCUIT $893, $600, $217, $74, $62, GEN DISTRICT $1,872, $1,602, $141, $138, $114, J & DR $60, $45, $17, $16, $13, CHARLES CITY COUNTY CIRCUIT $78, $33, $24, $14, $11, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $189, $172, $8, $25, $20, CHARLOTTE CIRCUIT $393, $224, $86, $16, $13, GEN DISTRICT $665, $625, $66, $70, $58, J & DR $22, $14, $11, $4, $3, A-7

24 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 041 CHESTERFIELD CIRCUIT $4,838, $3,032, $1,189, $751, $623, GEN DISTRICT $8,882, $6,361, $2,465, $1,249, $939, Hufff, Poole & Mahoney J & DR $442, $316, $125, $111, $92, CLARKE CIRCUIT $394, $308, $85, $12, $10, GEN DISTRICT $856, $804, $43, $53, $44, J & DR $24, $16, $1, $1, $1, CRAIG CIRCUIT $47, $22, $17, $13, $11, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $100, $96, $6, $14, $12, A-8

25 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 047 CULPEPER CIRCUIT $622, $378, $66, $41, $34, GEN DISTRICT $1,438, $1,477, $292, $180, $150, J & DR $391, $62, $10, $16, $13, CUMBERLAND CIRCUIT $191, $152, $44, $11, $9, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $556, $493, $82, $53, $44, DICKENSON CIRCUIT $205, $124, $159, $41, $34, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $436, $380, $71, $59, $49, A-9

26 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 053 DINWIDDIE CIRCUIT $2,020, $1,576, $292, $62, $51, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $3,994, $3,446, $688, $380, $315, ESSEX CIRCUIT $227, $129, $48, $12, $9, Huff, Poole, & Mahoney GEN DISTRICT J & DR $1,126, $956, $211, $140, $105, Huff, Poole, & Mahoney 059 FAIRFAX / FAIRFAX CITY CIRCUIT $20,203, $11,007, $1,394, $650, $540, GEN DISTRICT $38,934, $33,446, $3,500, $3,557, $2,953, J & DR $617, $501, $103, $92, $76, A-10

27 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 061 FAUQUIER CIRCUIT $1,218, $976, ($255,432.75) $100, $83, GEN DISTRICT $3,049, $2,787, $325, $316, $262, J & DR $107, $71, $48, $20, $16, FLOYD CIRCUIT $195, $90, $140, $39, $26, In House Program GEN DISTRICT J & DR $229, $200, $61, $24, $16, In House Program 065 FLUVANNA CIRCUIT $201, $85, $44, $25, $21, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $476, $410, $49, $49, $41, A-11

28 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 067 FRANKLIN COUNTY CIRCUIT $749, $383, $287, $129, $107, GEN DISTRICT $1,151, $989, $147, $139, $116, J & DR $69, $44, $6, $14, $11, FREDERICK CIRCUIT $1,584, $938, $697, $223, $185, GEN DISTRICT $2,529, $2,164, $246, $280, $232, J & DR $147, $105, $51, $35, $29, GILES CIRCUIT $512, $261, $165, $58, $48, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $782, $673, $90, $91, $76, A-12

29 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 073 GLOUCESTER CIRCUIT $296, $165, $182, $126, $84, David S. Hudson GEN DISTRICT $1,080, $895, $203, $129, $90, David S. Hudson J & DR $75, $32, $37, $19, $12, David S. Hudson 075 GOOCHLAND CIRCUIT $195, $113, $7, $26, $22, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $893, $808, $79, $88, $73, GRAYSON / GALAX CIRCUIT $422, $248, $744, $34, $28, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $390, $273, $79, $51, $42, A-13

30 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 079 GREENE CIRCUIT $301, $238, $32, $14, $12, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $783, $718, $48, $60, $49, GREENSVILLE CIRCUIT $2,756, $2,562, $140, $90, $75, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $3,982, $3,525, $264, $267, $221, HALIFAX CIRCUIT $818, $289, $370, $74, $61, GEN DISTRICT $1,190, $1,014, $123, $136, $113, J & DR $46, $28, $15, $9, $8, A-14

31 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 085 HANOVER CIRCUIT $1,935, $1,395, $573, $256, $212, GEN DISTRICT $4,993, $4,184, $790, $614, $510, J & DR $121, $105, $15, $17, $14, HENRICO CIRCUIT $6,353, $4,101, $1,721, $624, $518, GEN DISTRICT $11,553, $8,521, $2,917, $1,447, $1,121, Cantor & Cantor J & DR $747, $410, $348, $173, $144, HENRY CIRCUIT $746, $373, $335, $142, $117, GEN DISTRICT $1,357, $1,083, $159, $171, $142, J & DR $118, $63, $43, $26, $22, A-15

32 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 091 HIGHLAND CIRCUIT $17, $14, ($8,721.09) $1, $1, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $153, $139, $7, $8, $7, ISLE OF WIGHT CIRCUIT $586, $377, $13, $93, $77, GEN DISTRICT $1,060, $992, $111, $155, $129, J & DR $38, $36, $6, $14, $11, JAMES CITY CO / WILLIAMSBURG CIRCUIT $1,213, $813, $142, $182, $151, GEN DISTRICT $2,075, $1,880, $189, $263, $218, J & DR $123, $85, $21, $33, $28, A-16

33 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 097 KING & QUEEN CIRCUIT $211, $211, $30, $19, $16, GEN DISTRICT $584, $536, $30, $47, $39, J & DR $15, $11, $3, $3, $2, KING GEORGE CIRCUIT $448, $376, $325, $43, $36, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $1,026, $927, $115, $96, $80, KING WILLIAM CIRCUIT $229, $173, $15, $18, $15, GEN DISTRICT $459, $383, $56, $51, $42, J & DR $28, $22, $8, $5, $4, A-17

34 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 103 LANCASTER CIRCUIT $197, $116, $76, $41, $34, GEN DISTRICT $276, $263, $27, $40, $33, J & DR $11, $10, $2, $4, $3, LEE CIRCUIT $165, $282, $7, $173, $143, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $639, $471, $16, $95, $79, LOUDOUN CIRCUIT $3,663, $3,188, $276, $31, $22, County Treasurer GEN DISTRICT $9,011, $8,356, $1,222, $338, $236, County Treasurer J & DR $198, $148, $70, $15, $11, County Treasurer A-18

35 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 109 LOUISA CIRCUIT $631, $395, $207, $51, $42, GEN DISTRICT $1,366, $1,302, $164, $156, $130, J & DR $167, $24, $5, $6, $5, LUNENBURG CIRCUIT $197, $86, $72, $33, $27, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $291, $251, $26, $46, $38, MADISON CIRCUIT $285, $228, $6, $22, $18, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $804, $757, $82, $76, $63, A-19

36 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 115 MATHEWS CIRCUIT $87, $54, $24, $15, $13, GEN DISTRICT $120, $100, $31, $20, $13, David S. Hudson J & DR $13, $11, $5, $5, $4, MECKLENBURG CIRCUIT $1,113, $668, $144, $100, $83, GEN DISTRICT $2,645, $2,268, $272, $284, $235, J & DR $56, $42, $17, $16, $13, MIDDLESEX CIRCUIT $201, $113, $83, $31, $26, GEN DISTRICT $316, $247, $66, $48, $31, David S. Hudson J & DR $24, $17, $9, $8, $6, A-20

37 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 121 MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT $1,327, $683, $717, $217, $141, In-House Program GEN DISTRICT $3,463, $3,020, $817, $287, $186, In-House Program J & DR $195, $107, $108, $33, $21, In-House Program 125 NELSON CIRCUIT $118, $52, $43, $18, $15, GEN DISTRICT $843, $804, $59, $55, $45, J & DR $38, $23, $16, $8, $7, NEW KENT CIRCUIT $204, $71, $59, $29, $19, David S. Hudson GEN DISTRICT $1,284, $1,090, $275, $237, $163, David S. Hudson J & DR $43, $27, $11, $6, $4, David S. Hudson A-21

38 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 131 NORTHAMPTON CIRCUIT $711, $584, $71, $51, $42, GEN DISTRICT $1,996, $1,686, ($23,258.11) $204, $170, J & DR $36, $17, $1, $9, $7, NORTHUMBERLAND CIRCUIT $164, $96, $57, $24, $20, GEN DISTRICT $248, $204, $52, $32, $26, J & DR $14, $10, $3, $2, $2, NOTTOWAY CIRCUIT $221, $120, $68, $43, $35, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $607, $491, $97, $94, $78, A-22

39 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 137 ORANGE CIRCUIT $505, $390, $100, $12, $7, In-House Program GEN DISTRICT J & DR $1,146, $973, $223, $66, $36, In-House Program 139 PAGE CIRCUIT $356, $256, $120, $78, $65, GEN DISTRICT $695, $584, $141, $86, $71, J & DR $64, $49, $34, $14, $12, PATRICK CIRCUIT $423, $148, $303, $52, $43, GEN DISTRICT $360, $295, $40, $37, $31, J & DR $38, $24, $12, $8, $7, A-23

40 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 143 PITTSLYVANNA CIRCUIT $975, $366, $604, $90, $58, In-House Program GEN DISTRICT $1,103, $1,001, $214, $115, $75, In-House Program J & DR $73, $50, $37, $17, $11, In-House Program 145 POWHATAN CIRCUIT $169, $84, $53, $26, $21, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $816, $764, $56, $67, $55, PRINCE EDWARD CIRCUIT $570, $277, $171, $65, $54, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $955, $828, $121, $154, $127, A-24

41 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 149 PRINCE GEORGE CIRCUIT $931, $536, $117, $51, $42, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $2,113, $1,792, $201, $204, $169, PRINCE WILLIAM / MANASSAS / MANASSAS PARK CIRCUIT $5,984, $4,107, $1,326, $285, $192, Wallace Covington GEN DISTRICT $14,575, $12,486, $2,963, $1,483, $1,111, Wallace Covington J & DR $579, $332, $274, $88, $59, Wallace Covington 155 PULASKI CIRCUIT $741, $346, $405, $176, $146, GEN DISTRICT $1,303, $1,073, $71, $160, $133, J & DR $110, $62, $33, $24, $20, A-25

42 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 157 RAPPAHANNOCK CIRCUIT $145, $128, $7, $4, $3, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $486, $475, $26, $35, $29, RICHMOND COUNTY CIRCUIT $191, $115, $212, $28, $23, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $348, $325, $48, $45, $37, ROANOKE COUNTY CIRCUIT $1,838, $1,460, $334, $143, $118, GEN DISTRICT $3,547, $3,053, $564, $393, $326, J & DR $177, $127, $39, $29, $24, A-26

43 Part A FY10 Fines and Fees Assessments and COURTS FINES AND FEES - Court Clerks DELINQUENT FINES AND FEES - Commonwealth's Attorneys COURT COURT NET GROSS NET COLLECTION ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS ASSESSMENTS COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONS METHOD 163 ROCKBRIDGE CIRCUIT $567, $408, $165, $71, $59, GEN DISTRICT $1,953, $1,672, $234, $137, $113, J & DR $35, $27, $6, $5, $4, ROCKINGHAM / HARRISONBURG CIRCUIT $1,934, $1,335, $514, $40, $26, In-House Program GEN DISTRICT $4,231, $3,410, $1,041, $115, $75, In-House Program J & DR $209, $130, $115, $21, $14, In-House Program 167 RUSSELL CIRCUIT $382, $230, $308, $119, $99, GEN DISTRICT J & DR $655, $584, $146, $109, $90, A-27

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