§ 11-50  PENALTY.
   1.   The Judge of the Municipal Court of the city may impose a maximum fine for traffic related offenses related to speeding or parking not to exceed $200.
   2.   The Judge of Municipal Court of the city may impose a maximum fine for all other offenses not to exceed $500.
   3.   If the Judge is not a licensed attorney, the Court may impose a fine not to exceed $50.
   4.   Additionally, no municipality may levy a fine of over $50 until it has compiled and published its penal ordinances, as required by law.
   5.   No municipality may levy a fine of more than $10, nor court costs of more than $15 for exceeding the posted speed limit by no more than ten mph upon any portion of the national system of interstate and defense highways, federal-aid primary highways and the state highway system, which are located on the outskirts of any municipality.
   6.   A municipal ordinance may not impose a penalty, including fine and costs, which is greater than that established by state law for the same offense. The maximum fine for traffic offenses related to speeding or parking shall not exceed $200. For all other offenses, the maximum fine shall not exceed $500. The ordinances of the municipality may prescribe costs pursuant to appropriate state law, or imprisonment not exceeding 60 days, or both fine and imprisonment; provided, that, municipalities having only a municipal court not of record shall not have authority to enact any ordinance making unlawful any act or omission declared by state law to be punishable as a felony.
   7.   Municipalities having a Municipal Court not of record may enact ordinances prescribing maximum fines of $1,000, and costs or imprisonment not exceeding 90 days, or both, for violations of municipal ordinances regulating the pre-treatment of wastewater and/or regulating stormwater discharges.
   8.   In all prosecutions in the Municipal Court for any offense for which the municipality, with the concurrence of the Court, seeks imposition of a fine of more than $200, excluding court costs or imprisonment, or both, a jury trial shall be had, unless waived by the defendant and the municipality; provided, that, the municipality has compiled its penal ordinances, in accordance with state law.