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Payment of fines and disposition thereof
Military (MIL) CHAPTER 36, ARTICLE 7, PART 11
§ 131.8. Payment of fines and disposition thereof. Fines may be paid
to a military court or to an officer executing its process. The amount
of any such fine may be noted upon any state roll or account for pay of
the delinquent and deducted from any pay or allowance due or thereafter
to become due him, until said fine is liquidated. Any sum so deducted
from any state pay or allowance shall be turned into the military court
which imposed the fine and shall be paid over by the officer receiving
the same in like manner as provided for other fines and moneys collected
under a sentence of a summary court-martial. Notwithstanding the
provisions of any other law, a fine or penalty imposed by a military
court upon an officer or enlisted man shall be paid by the officer
collecting the same within thirty days to the chief of staff of the
state and shall form a part of, be credited to and expended from the
military fund of the unit of which the person paying the same is a
member or to which he is detailed or attached.