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Louisiana CCRP 895.1 C Probation; supervisory fee
When the court places the defendant on supervised probation, it shall order as a condition of probation a monthly fee of not less than sixty nor more than one hundred
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ten dollars payable to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections or such other probation office, agency, or officer as designated by the court, to defray the cost of supervision. If the probation supervision services are rendered by an agency other than the department, the fee may be ordered payable to that agency. These fees are only to supplement the level of funds that would ordinarily be available from regular state appropriations or any other source of funding.
$60 - $100 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana CCRP 895.1 E Probation; DUI fee
When the court places any defendant convicted of a violation of the controlled dangerous substances law, R.S. 40:966 through 1034, on any type of probation, it shall order as a
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condition of probation a fee of not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars, payable to the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement to be credited to the Drug Abuse Education and Treatment Fund and used for the purposes provided in R.S. 15:1224.
$50 - $100 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana CCRP 895.1 F Probation; supervisory monthly fee
When the court places the defendant on supervised probation, it shall order as a condition of probation the payment of a monthly fee of eleven dollars. The monthly fee established
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in this Paragraph shall be in addition to the fee established in Paragraph C of this Article and shall be collected by the Department of Public Safety and Corrections and shall be transmitted, deposited, appropriated, and used in accordance with the following provisions:
$11

Monthly charge
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Louisiana CCRP 895.4 I Crime Stoppers funding fee
When a defendant in a criminal or traffic matter is convicted of any criminal offense or of any traffic offense in any court for which the appropriate certifying officer has
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certified one or more organizations as certified crime stoppers organizations, the court shall assess an additional cost of court for each offense for which the defendant is convicted. This cost of court shall be in the amount of two dollars and shall be in addition to all other fines, penalties, and costs imposed by the court. The court shall not suspend the payment of this cost of court.
$2 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana CCRP 887.C Blood/breath/urine analysis fee
In addition to the costs provided in Paragraph A, a person convicted of a violation of R.S. 14:98, R.S. 14:98.1, or of any municipal or parochial ordinance defining the offense
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of operating a motor vehicle, aircraft, watercraft, vessel, or other motorized means of conveyance under the influence of alcohol or drugs, who was subjected to a blood, breath, or urine analysis for alcohol or any controlled dangerous substance listed in R.S. 40:964, Schedule I, II, III, IV, or V, shall be assessed an additional seventy-five dollars as special costs. Such costs shall be paid in the following manner: twenty-five dollars to the governing authority owning the instrument used to perform the analysis, and fifty dollars to the governing authority whose agency performed the analysis. If the office of state police performed or participated in a blood, breath, or urine analysis for which these costs are assessed, that portion of the costs applicable to the office of state police shall be forwarded to the applied technology unit within the office of state police and forwarded for disposition in accordance with R.S. 40:1379.7. In the event the person is unable to pay the fine when assessed, the court may allow payment within certain time limits, based on the person's ability to pay such costs.
$75 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana CCRP 887.D DUI additional fee
In addition to the costs provided in Paragraphs A and C, a person convicted of a violation of R.S. 14:98, R.S. 14:98.1, or of any municipal or parochial ordinance defining
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the offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, shall be assessed an additional fifty dollars as special costs to be used to defray expenses of administering conditions of probation or of incarceration. If the offender is incarcerated, such costs shall be paid to the sheriff or other custodian of the facility in which the offender is incarcerated. If the offender is placed on probation as provided in R.S. 14:98(B) or (C) or R.S. 14:98.1(D) or (E), the court may order the apportionment and payment of all or a part of such costs to the agencies or persons responsible for administering the prescribed substance abuse program, driver improvement program, or community service activities. In addition, the person convicted of a violation of R.S. 14:98, R.S. 14:98.1, or of any such municipal or parochial ordinance shall be assessed costs of the witness fee provided by R.S. 15:255.
$50 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana CCRP 887.F (1) Trial Court Case Management Information Fund
In addition to the costs provided in Paragraphs A, C, D, and E of this Article, a person convicted of a felony, a misdemeanor, or ordinance of any local government,
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including a traffic felony, a traffic misdemeanor, or a local traffic violation, shall be assessed an additional three dollars as a special court cost, provided that such additional cost shall be one dollar in mayor's courts in municipalities with a population of two thousand or less. Such special costs shall be imposed by all courts, including mayor's courts and magistrate courts, and shall be used for implementation of the master plan for the development of a trial court case management information system and for the fast-tracked prototype development of the criminal disposition component thereof in order to define and meet the needs of clerks of court, trial court judges, law enforcement and corrections officials, the supreme court, the legislature, and the general public, and for the implementation of an integrated juvenile justice information system for use in all courts exercising juvenile court jurisdiction. The proceeds of the special cost shall be deposited in the state treasury monthly on or before the tenth day of each calendar month. After compliance with the requirements of Article VII, Section 9(B) of the Constitution of Louisiana, relative to the Bond Security and Redemption Fund, and prior to monies being placed in the state general fund, an amount equal to that deposited in the state treasury, as required above, shall be credited to the special fund hereby created in the state treasury to be known as the Trial Court Case Management Information Fund. The disbursement of the proceeds from the fund shall be made on the warrant of the judicial administrator of the supreme court drawn on the state treasury. The monies in this fund shall be used solely for the purposes identified in this Paragraph, including necessary and associated administrative expenses. All unexpended and unencumbered monies in this fund at the end of the fiscal year shall remain in such fund. All monies in this fund shall be invested by the state treasurer in the same manner as monies in the general fund with interest earned on the investment of these monies credited to this fund following compliance with the requirements of Article VII, Section 9(B), relative to the Bond Security and Redemption Fund.
$1 - $3

Depends on size of the municipality
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Louisiana CCRP 887.F (2) Jefferson Parish special court cost
In Jefferson Parish, in addition to the costs in Paragraphs A, C, D, and E, a person convicted of an offense against the state of Louisiana shall be assessed a
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special court cost in the following amounts: in the case of a misdemeanor, an additional twenty-five dollars, and in the case of a felony, an additional fifty dollars. The amount so assessed shall be collected on behalf of the clerk of court's office, in the manner that fines are collected in criminal cases. The funds shall be transmitted to the clerk of court's office to be used by the clerk in his discretion to defray the expenses of his office.
$25 - $50

Depends on felony or misdemeanor
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Louisiana CCRP 887.F (3) Natchitoches Parish prosecution fee
In Natchitoches Parish, in addition to the costs in Paragraphs A, C, D, E, G, and H and Subparagraph (1) of this Paragraph, a person convicted of an offense against
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the state of Louisiana, including a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, shall be assessed a special court cost in the amount of ten dollars in any prosecution initiated by the district attorney. Such special costs shall be imposed by the Tenth Judicial District Court and the City Court of Natchitoches. The amount so assessed shall be collected on behalf of the parish sheriff's office, in the manner that fines are collected in criminal cases. The funds shall be paid into the treasury of the parish and deposited into the Criminal Court Fund pursuant to R.S. 15:571.11, which statute shall govern the disposition of the additional court costs.
$10 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana CCRP 984.C Additional Cost for expungement of record of DUI
An additional fifty-dollar court cost shall be assessed at this time against the defendant and paid to the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, office of motor vehicles, for the
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costs of storage and retrieval of the records. The court cost provided by this Paragraph shall be submitted to the department regardless of whether the clerk of court is submitting this matter to the department pursuant to Paragraph B or D of this Article.
$0 - $50 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana La Rev Stat §13:10.4.A Witness protection court cost
In every state district court having criminal jurisdiction in the state of Louisiana, there shall be assessed as an additional cost against every defendant who is convicted after trial, or
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who pleads guilty, or forfeits bond, a sum not to exceed one dollar. This cost shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures lawfully imposed and shall be collected by the sheriff or appropriate court official. The sheriff or appropriate court official shall place all sums collected or received pursuant to this Section and remit the sums monthly into an account to be designated as the "Witness Protection Services Program". The monies in this account shall be used by the district attorney's office of each parish solely and exclusively for the witness protection program, as provided for in R.S. 15:262, and as may be further provided by law.
$0 - $1 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat §13:1000.1.A. Rapides Parish (13:1000.1)Additional fine for CASA programs
In Rapides Parish in all criminal cases, including traffic offenses, of which the district court has jurisdiction, there shall be assessed as additional costs against every defendant who is convicted
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after trial or who pleads guilty or forfeits bond the sum of five dollars, which shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures lawfully imposed and which shall be transmitted to the clerk for further disposition in accordance herewith.
$5 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat 13:1000.3.A; Fourteenth District (13:1000.3)Additional fine for CASA programs
In all criminal cases, including traffic offenses, of which the Fourteenth Judicial District Court has jurisdiction there shall be assessed as additional costs against every defendant who is convicted after
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trial or who pleads guilty or forfeits bond, the sum of five dollars. These costs shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures lawfully imposed and shall be transmitted to the sheriff of Calcasieu Parish for further disposition in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
$5 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat 13:1000.4.A; Nineteenth District (13:1000.4)Additional fine for CASA programs
In all criminal cases, including traffic offenses, of which the Nineteenth Judicial District Court has jurisdiction, there shall be assessed as additional costs against every defendant who is convicted after
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trial or who pleads guilty or forfeits bond, the sum of five dollars. These costs shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures lawfully imposed and shall be transmitted to the sheriff of East Baton Rouge Parish for further disposition in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
$5 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat 13:1000.5.A Twenty-second District (13:1000.5) Additional fine for CASA programs
In all criminal cases, excluding Title 32 traffic offenses, of which the Twenty-second Judicial District Court has jurisdiction, there shall be assessed as additional costs against every defendant who is
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convicted after trial or who pleads guilty or forfeits bond the sum of five dollars. These costs shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures lawfully imposed and shall be transmitted by the sheriff of the respective parish to the Twenty-second Judicial District Court for further disposition in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
$5 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat §13:1000.6. A Nineteenth Districtdrug division; additional fees for treatment program
In all criminal cases of which the drug division of the Nineteenth Judicial District Court has jurisdiction, there may be assessed as an additional fee against every defendant who is
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convicted after trial or who pleads guilty or forfeits bond a sum in an amount not to exceed what is necessary to pay for the cost of or part of the cost of the defendant's participation in a treatment program as defined in R.S. 13:5303(9).
Costs for drug treatment program
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat §13:1377.A Orleans ParishCourt costs and clerk's fees
A. Any defendant, other than an indigent, who pleads guilty or is convicted of an offense by the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans shall be assessed costs
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of court not to exceed the sum of one hundred dollars, such costs to be in addition to any fine, clerk's fees or sentence imposed by the court. When any defendant, other than an indigent, fails to pay the costs referred to hereinabove, he shall be sentenced to a term of thirty days in the parish prison in default of the payment of same.
$0 - $100 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat §13:1381.2. Orleans ParishSheriff's detention and prison security fee fund
A. Any defendant, other than an indigent, who pleads guilty or is convicted of an offense by the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans shall be assessed a
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fee of not less than twenty-five dollars, such costs to be in addition to any fine, clerk's fees, costs due to the criminal court cost fund or sentence imposed by the court. When any defendant, other than an indigent, fails to pay the costs referred to hereinabove, he shall be sentenced to a term of thirty days in the parish prison in default of the payment of same.
$25 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat §1381.4.A(1) Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Judicial expense fund; fine
In all criminal cases over which the Criminal District Court for Orleans Parish has original, appellate, supervisory, or concurrent jurisdiction, including traffic violations other than parking, there shall be taxed
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as costs against every defendant who is convicted after trial or plea of guilty or nolo contendere or who forfeits his bond the sum of five dollars, which shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures lawfully imposed and which shall be transmitted to the judicial administrator of the Criminal District Court for Orleans Parish for further disposition in accordance herewith.
$5 All Yes Court N/A
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Louisiana LA Rev Stat §15:168 Indigent Defense fee
B.(1) Every court of original criminal jurisdiction, except in the town of Jonesville, in the city of Plaquemine, and in mayors' courts in municipalities having a population of less than
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five thousand, shall remit the following special costs to the district indigent defender fund for the following violations, under state statute as well as under parish or municipal ordinance, except a parking violation. The sum of forty-five dollars shall be assessed in cases in which a defendant is convicted after a trial, a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, or after forfeiting bond and shall be in addition to all other fines, costs, or forfeitures imposed. The court cost of forty-five dollars authorized by the provisions of this Subsection shall expire on August 1, 2016, and thereafter the court cost authorized by the provisions of this Subsection shall be thirty-five dollars. The Louisiana Public Defender Board shall provide a detailed report to the Louisiana Legislature prior to the 2016 Regular Session detailing how the funds provided for by this Subsection were utilized in each judicial district. Mayors' courts which are required to assess the court cost of thirty-five dollars on June 7, 2012, shall continue to assess such amount as cost of court.... D. No defendant who has retained private counsel of record shall be assessed any costs to be credited to the indigent defender fund, other than the special costs established by Subsection B of this Section, unless the board has provided representation of record for that defendant at some point in that criminal proceeding.
$45 All Yes Court N/A