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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

PUBLIC LAW 98-473—OCT. 12, 1984

98 STAT. 2175

"(A) the amount of $25 if the defendant is an individual; and "(B) the amount of $100 if the defendant is a person other than an individual; and "(2) in the case of a felony— "(A) the amount of $50 if the defendant is an individual; and "(B) the amount of $200 if the defendant is a person other than an individual. "(b) Such amount so assessed shall be collected in the manner that fines are collected in criminal cases.". (b) The table of sections for chapter 201 of title 18 of the United States Code is amended by adding at the end the following: "3013. Special assessment on convicted persons.". SPECIAL FORFEITURE OF COLLATERAL PROFITS OF CRIME

SEC. 1406. (a) Title 18 of the United States Code is amended by adding after chapter 231 the following:

"CHAPTER 232—SPECIAL FORFEITURE OF COLLATERAL PROFITS OF CRIME "Car,

"3671. Order of special forfeiture. "3672. Notice to victims of order of special forfeiture.

"§ 3671. Order of special forfeiture "(a) Upon the motion of the United States attorney made at any time after conviction of a defendant for an offense against the United States resulting in physical harm to an individual, and after notice to any interested party, the court shall, if the court determines that the interest of justice or an order of restitution under chapter 227 or 231 of this title so requires, order such defendant to forfeit all or any part of proceeds received or to be received by that defendant, or a transferee of that defendant, from a contract relating to a depiction of such crime in a movie, book, newspaper, magazine, radio or television production, or live entertainment of any kind, or an expression of that defendant's thoughts, opinions, or emotions regarding such crime. "(b) An order issued under subsection (a) of this section shall require that the person with whom the defendant contracts pay to the Attorney General any proceeds due the defendant under such contract. "(c)(1) Proceeds paid to the Attorney General under this section shall be retained in escrow in the Crime Victims Fund in the Treasury by the Attorney General for five years after the date of an order under this section, but during that five year period may— "(A) be levied upon to satisfy— "(i) a money judgment rendered by a United States district court in favor of a victim of an offense for which such defendant has been convicted, or a legal representative of such victim; and "(ii) a fine imposed by a court of the United States; and "(B) if ordered by the court in the interest of justice, be used to—

18 USC 3671.

Ante, p. 1987.