I called in a bomb threat plead guilty federal court gave me $50,000 restitution to the court the restitution was allowed for material clean up providing there was an explosion it was a threat it wasn't an actual bomb or anything therefore restitution was for cleanup of hazmat do I pay that if I'm 100% disabled there was no explosion no bomb
The restitution is mandatory (the court must impose it and there's no exemption from your paying it), but the Government cannot collect the restitution from your disability payments. – Joshua Sabert Lowther, Esq., Atlanta, GA.
The rest is ordered by the judge at sentencing. That is the amount you are required to pay. Your monthly payments will be based on your financial circumstances.
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