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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Question||Brief answer||Language from the opinion||When does the case apply?|
|Idaho||Guideline 2/15/1979||Guideline 2/15/1979||Can a sheriff collect fees owed to him directly from criminal defendants?||No||
...we strongly question whether a defendant could be assessedthe costs of making the arrest or transporting him as a prisoner. Assessing costs of serving subpoenas might be upheld if the defendant+ See more
is not indigent. We do not question the power of the court to collect the statutory $7 .50 under * 3 1 -3201A ( b).
|Fines and fees|
|Illinois||Two opinions stating that there a prisoner must only reimburse the county for expenses incurred due to their incarceration if they have the ability to pay .||Illinois-Attorney General opinion||Who has the burden of proof in an ability to pay determination? What is the standard of proof required?||1996 WL 67870 (Ill.A.G.);1981 WL 37190 (Ill.A.G.)|
1997 Ill. Atty. Gen. Op. 027 (Ill.A.G.), 1997 WL 824988; 1984 Ill. Atty. Gen. Op. 72 (Ill.A.G.), 1984 WL 60051; 1992 WL 469747 (Ill.A.G.); 1985 Ill. Atty. Gen. Op. 126+ See more
(Ill.A.G.), 1985 WL 68980
|Illinois-Attorney General opinion||What authority do county or municipal courts have to set fines or fees?||Fines and fees|
|Illinois||1992 WL 469752 (Ill.A.G.); 1985 Ill. Atty. Gen. Op. 166 (Ill.A.G.), 1985 WL 68990; 1978 Ill. Atty. Gen. Op. 175 (Ill.A.G.), 1978 WL 17642||Illinois-Attorney General opinion||What authority does the state supreme court have to impose binding state-wide rules on the imposition or collection of fees and fines?||Revenue flow|