(20 ILCS 3435/5) (from Ch. 127, par. 133c5)
    Sec. 5. Any violation of Section 3 not involving the disturbance of human skeletal remains is a Class A misdemeanor and the violator shall be subject to imprisonment and a fine not in excess of $5,000; any subsequent violation is a Class 4 felony. Any violation of Section 3 involving disturbance of human skeletal remains is a Class 4 felony. Each disturbance of an archaeological site or a paleontological site shall constitute a single offense. Persons convicted of a violation of Section 3 shall also be liable for civil damages to be assessed by the land managing agency and the Historic Preservation Agency. Civil damages may include:
    (a) forfeiture of any and all equipment used in acquiring the protected material;
    (b) any and all costs incurred in cleaning, restoring, analyzing, accessioning and curating the recovered materials;
    (c) any and all costs associated with restoring the land to its original contour;
    (d) any and all costs associated with recovery of data and analyzing, publishing, accessioning and curating materials when the prohibited activity is so extensive as to preclude the restoration of the archaeological or paleontological site;
    (e) any and all costs associated with the determination and collection of the civil damages.
    When civil damages are recovered through the Attorney General, the proceeds shall be deposited into the Historic Sites Fund; when civil damages are recovered through the State's Attorney, the proceeds shall be deposited into the county fund designated by the county board.
(Source: P.A. 86-459; 86-707.)