§ 139.03  FINES FOR FELONIES.
   (A)   Except as otherwise provided for an offense defined outside this title, a person who has been convicted of any felony and granted a sentence of probation or conditional discharge may be sentenced to pay a fine in an amount not to exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) or double his gain from commission of the offense, whichever is the greater.
   (B)   In determining the amount and method of paying a fine for commission of a felony, the court shall consider, among others, the following factors:
      (1)   The defendant's ability to pay the amount of the fine;
      (2)   The hardship likely to be imposed on the defendant's dependents by the amount of the fine and the time and method of paying it;
      (3)   The impact the amount of the fine will have on the defendant's ability to make reparation or restitution to the victim; and
      (4)   The amount of the defendant's gain, if any, derived from the commission of the offense.
   (C)   When a defendant is convicted of two or more felonies committed through a single act and is sentenced to fines pursuant to division (A) above, the aggregate amount of such fines shall not exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) or double the amount of the defendant's gain from commission of the offenses, whichever is the greater.
   (D)   This section does not apply to a corporation.
(KRS 534.030)