offender registration]. Registrants shall pay the fee at the time of initial registration and shall pay the fee on each anniversary of their initial registration. The fee must be credited to the General Fund and the Highway Fund in an amount consistent with budgeted appropriations and allocations in the fiscal year of the credit.
The State Court Administrator may establish fees on lawyers, guardians ad litem, interpreters, mediators and other professionals who routinely participate in court proceedings to cover the costs of training, orientation,
continuing education, background investigations, entry screening and security provided to these professionals. The State Court Administrator also may establish fees on 3rd parties to cover the costs of the use of court facilities for purposes not related to court functions by those 3rd parties. All fees collected under this section must be deposited in a nonlapsing Other Special Revenue Funds account to be used for these purposes only. This account may receive money from grants, gifts, bequests and donations.
Applies specifically to lawyers, guardians ad litem, interpreters, mediators and other professionals who routinely appear in front of the court
of not less than six dollars ($6.00) nor more than twenty-eight dollars ($28.00) for each day the prisoner works at employment away from the workhouse, in addition to any fine imposed by the court. The amount to be paid shall be determined by the board of commissioners established by § 41-2-134 and in accordance with § 41-2-129(b)(1).
$6 - $28
for each day the prisoner works at employment away from the workhouse
commissioner may deduct therefrom in the following order:(1) A maximum of fifteen percent (15%) to the victim of any crimes committed by the inmate to the extent of the victim's loss as determined by a written agreement or judgment under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act of 1976, compiled in title 29, chapter 13, part 1, and thereafter to any state fund established by law to compensate victims of crime;(2) Room and board in an amount to be determined by the department;(3) A percentage of the remainder to be determined by the commissioner, after prior deductions under subdivisions (a)(1) and (2), to the spouse and children or legal guardian of the inmate's children; and(4) All remaining funds to the inmate's personal trust account.(b) No inmate may accumulate more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the inmate's personal trust account from arts and crafts sold pursuant to this part. This five-hundred-dollar limitation shall be cumulative and shall remain in effect for as long as the inmate is incarcerated. If funds remain from the sale of arts and crafts after the inmate's five-hundred-dollar personal trust account limitation has been reached, the excess funds shall be distributed as provided in subdivisions (a)(1)-(3).(c) Any amounts deducted pursuant to this section shall be payable in such manner as the commissioner may by policy prescribe.
(1) A maximum of fifteen percent (15%) to the victim of any crimes committed by the inmate to the extent of the
victim's loss . . .;(2) Room and board in an amount to be determined by the department;(3) A percentage of the remainder to be determined by the commissioner . . . to the spouse and children or legal guardian of the inmate's children; and(4) All remaining funds to the inmate's personal trust account
determined by the commissioner
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