§ 33.067  PENALTIES; SENTENCING ALTERNATIVES AND THE LIKE.
   (A)   Pursuant to interlocal cooperation agreement between the city and the District Court, as authorized by 10 O.S. § 7303-1.2, a child under 18 years of age may be charged, prosecuted and, if convicted, fined for violating a municipal regulation relating to one or more of the offenses listed in § 33.066.  The maximum fine which may be imposed shall not exceed the maximum fine authorized by law.  When assessing punishment, the Court also may require appropriate community service work, not to exceed 90 hours, in lieu of a fine if the product of multiplying the number of hours of community service work by the prevailing minimum wage does not result in a number which exceeds the maximum fine authorized by law, restitution, or both community service work and restitution.
   (B)   In addition, the Court may require the child to receive counseling or other community-based services, as necessary.  If a child is prosecuted for an offense in the Municipal Court, the child shall not be prosecuted for the offense in the District Court.  The Municipal Court may also impose costs as authorized by law.
(Prior Code, § 7-203)  (Ord. 1531, passed 2-7-95)