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A. In addition to any other fine or restitution, if a person is convicted of or adjudicated delinquent for a violation of chapter 34 of this title, the court may order the person to pay a fine in one of the following amounts:
1. For a first offense, at least one thousand dollars.
2. For a second or subsequent offense, at least two thousand dollars.
B. The court may suspend the imposition of a fine pursuant to this section if the person agrees to enter a residential drug rehabilitation program approved by the court and to pay for all or a part of the costs associated with the rehabilitation program. On successfully completing the program, the person may apply to the court for a reduction in the amount of the fine imposed pursuant to this section. If the person establishes to the satisfaction of the court that the person successfully completed the program, the court may reduce the fine by the amount the person paid to participate in the rehabilitation program. If the person fails to complete the program, the court shall enforce the collection of the entire fine that was imposed pursuant to subsection A.
C. The court shall transmit the monies collected pursuant to this section to the supreme court for the purpose of providing drug treatment services to adult probationers through the community punishment program established in title 12, chapter 2, article 11.