2006 New York Code - Fines Must Be Reasonable And Imposed Only For Cause.



 
    §  11. Fines must be reasonable and imposed only for cause. No citizen
  of this state ought to be fined or amerced without reasonable cause, and
  such fine or amercement should always be proportioned to the  nature  of
  the offense.

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