OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A Thurston County judge has doubled the daily contempt-of-court fines against Tim Eyman and his associates in the state's lawsuit against the anti-tax initiative promoter.

The Seattle Times reports Friday's order by Superior Court Judge James Dixon's order boosts the fines to a combined $1,000 per day. Eyman and Citizen Solutions have now accumulated over $101,000 in fines, with another nearly $36,000 for related court costs and fees.

Dixon found them in contempt in February for not producing all the financial documents sought by the state in a $2.1 million lawsuit alleging politically corrupt acts.

In a fundraising letter he sent earlier this month, Eyman said that over a decade of his tax returns, phone records and bank statements have been reviewed.

Mark Lamb, attorney for Citizen Solutions officer William Agazarm, said Monday his client did nothing wrong.


Information from: The Seattle Times, http://www.seattletimes.com