of the sentence of convicts. Nothing in this section shall be construed so as to prevent the imposition of costs provided for in chapter 25 of this title. The cost of commitment shall be paid by the state except as otherwise provided by the general laws; provided, that persons imprisoned in the adult correctional institutions shall be responsible for any assessments made pursuant to § 23-1-3.
Prosecution costs for defendants committed to adult correctional institutions shall not be charged to the defendant but paid for by
of the state or of any city or town shall be entitled to receive a fee for attendance if he or she attends during his or her regular hours of employment for which he or she is entitled to receive his or her ordinary salary or if he or she appears outside his or her regular hours of employment and is entitled to receive additional compensation from his or her employer for attendance: $10.00(2) For every mile's travel: $0.10
(3) For every day's commitment in jail upon default to enter into recognizance with surety: $2.00
(4) For any witness who shall come from without the jurisdiction of the state to testify in behalf of the state, in any criminal proceedings, any sum, in addition to this travel and attendance, that the court before which the proceedings are had shall deem proper.
Fee varies based on several factors, including number of miles traveled by witness to appear in court, number of days appearing in
second and sixth divisions shall be made by deputy sheriffs attending upon the courts respectively, and all writs of habeas corpus issued by the supreme court, the superior court within and for the counties of Providence and Newport, and the district court for the second and sixth divisions shall be served by deputy sheriffs attending upon the courts respectively, and the deputy sheriffs shall receive no fees for making the commitments or for serving the writs, but shall receive their actual expenses of travel, to be allowed by the court, and which shall not form a part of the bill of costs taxed against a convict under § 12-20-9.
Fee based on the actual expenses of shriff's travel in serving the writ, not for the act of serving the writ
any claim pending before the office; or (3) intentionally conceals or fails to disclose information affecting the amount or the initial or continued right to any award; shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000) or imprisonment for not more than six (6) months, or both.
$0.00 - $1000.00
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