§ 6.04.020  FINES AND PENALTIES.
   A.   Establishment of fines and penalties. Civil fines for barking dogs, as defined in § 4-1-3 of the Codified Ordinances of the County of Orange, and for any other provisions adopted in § 6.04.010 that provide for a civil fine, shall be as established by resolution of the City Council.
   B.   Collection of unpaid fines.
      1.   On behalf of the city, the county, at its discretion, may pursue any and all legal and equitable remedies for the collection of unpaid fines and late penalties relating to administrative penalties arising under the provisions of Title 4 and/or Title 5 of the Codified Ordinances of the County of Orange, as adopted in § 6.04.010. Pursuit of one remedy does not preclude the pursuit of any other remedies until the total fines and late penalties owed by a violator have been collected.
      2.   To the extent permitted by law, failure to timely remit payment of a citation fine and/or late penalty authorized under § 4-1-59.7 of the Codified Ordinances of the County of Orange will result in criminal liability, and a warrant may be issued for a violator's arrest. Nonpayment of such fine and/or late penalty shall be punishable as a misdemeanor.
   C.   Criminal penalties. Violation of any provision of any Section, Article or Division of Title 4 or Title 5 of the Codified Ordinances of the County of Orange, adopted in § 6.04.010 of this chapter that is deemed to be a misdemeanor, shall be punishable as specified in § 1.04.010.D of this code, or any successor provision thereto, and any violation thereof deemed to be an infraction, shall be punishable as specified in § 1.04.010.E of this code, or any successor provision thereto.
(Ord. 1108, passed 10-16-07; Am. Ord. 1202, passed 2-20-18)