Rhode Island General Laws Title 45. Towns and Cities § 45-6-2. Imposition of penalties for ordinance violations
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Town and city councils may impose penalties for the violation of ordinances and regulations, not exceeding in amount five hundred dollars ($500) or imprisonment not exceeding thirty (30) days in some jail or house of correction, and/or require restitution in cases involving property damage or personal injury in an amount up to twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500) and/or require community restitution for a not-for-profit entity for not more than fifty (50) hours for any one offense, to be prosecuted by some officer appointed for that purpose, and to be recovered to the use of the town or city, or of the person or persons, and in the proportions, that the councils in their ordinances and regulations designate.
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