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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

PUBLIC LAW 98-473—OCT. 12, 1984

98 STAT. 2035

"(5) any other pertinent consideration. "(b) EFFECT OF FINALITY OF JUDGMENT.—Notwithstanding the fact that a sentence to pay a fine can subsequently be— "(1) modified or remitted pursuant to the provisions of section 3592; "(2) corrected pursuant to the provisions of rule 35; or "(3) appealed; a judgment of conviction that includes such a sentence constitutes a final judgment for all other purposes. "§ 3592. Payment of a fine, delinquency and default "(a) TIME AND METHOD OF PAYMENT.—Payment of a fine is due immediately unless the court, at the time of sentencing— "(1) requires payment by a date certain; or "(2) establishes an installment schedule, the specific terms of which shall be fixed by the court. "(b) INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR PAYMENT.—If a fine is imposed on an organization, it is the duty of each individual authorized to make disbursement of the assets of the organization to pay the fine from assets of the organization. If a fine is imposed on an agent or shareholder of an organization, the fine shall not be paid, directly or indirectly, out of the assets of the organization, unless the court finds that such payment is expressly permissible under applicable State law. "(c) RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE CURRENT ADDRESS.—At the time of imposition of the fine, the court shall order the person fined to provide the Attorney General with a current mailing address for the entire period that any part of the fine remains unpaid. Failure to provide the Attorney General with a current address or a change in address shall be punishable as a contempt of court. "(d) STAY OF FINE PENDING APPEAL.—Unless exceptional circumstances exist, if a sentence to pay a fine is stayed pending appeal, the court granting the stay shall include in such stay— "(1) a requirement that the defendant, pending appeal, deposit the entire fine amount, or the amount due under an installment schedule, during the pendency of an appeal, in an escrow account in the registry of the district court, or to give bond for the payment thereof; or "(2) an order restraining the defendant from transferring or dissipating assets found to be sufficient, if sold, to meet the defendant's fine obligation. "(e) DELINQUENT FINE.—A fine is delinquent if any portion of such fine is not paid within thirty days of when it is due, including any fines to be paid pursuant to an installment schedule. "(f) DEFAULT.—A fine is in default if any portion of such fine is more than ninety days delinquent. When a criminal fine is in default, the entire amount is due within thirty days of notification of the default, notwithstanding any installment schedule. "§ 3593. Modification or remission of fine "(a) PETITION FOR MODIFICATION OR REMISSION.—A person who has been sentenced to pay a fine, and who— "(1) can show a good faith effort to comply with the terms of the sentence and concerning whom the circumstances no longer exist that warranted the imposition of the fine in the amount imposed or payment by the installment schedule, may at any time petition the court for—

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18 USC 3592.

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