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|Alabama||Ala. Code 1975 §15-27-4(a)-(b)||Expungement of records: Administrative filling fee||
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(a) In addition to any cost of court or docket fee for filing the petition in circuit court, an administrative filing fee of three hundred dollars ($300) shall be paid
at the time the petition is filed and is a condition precedent to any ruling of the court pursuant to this chapter. The administrative filing fee shall not be waived by the court and shall be distributed as follows: (1) Seventy-five dollars ($75) to the State Judicial Administrative Fund. (2) Twenty-five dollars ($25) to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences. (3) Fifty dollars ($50) to the district attorney’s office. (4) Fifty dollars ($50) to the clerk’s office of the circuit court having jurisdiction over the matter, for the use and benefit of the circuit court clerk. (5) Fifty dollars ($50) to the Public Safety Fund. (6) Fifty dollars ($50) to the general fund of the county where the arresting law enforcement agency is located if the arrest was made by the sheriff’s office to be used for law enforcement purposes, or, if the arrest was made by another law enforcement agency, to the municipality or other entity or state agency funding the law enforcement activity.
(b) Notwithstanding subsection (a), a person seeking relief under this chapter may apply for indigent status by completing an Affidavit of Substantial Hardship and Order which shall be submitted with the petition. If the court finds the petitioner is indigent, the court may set forth a payment plan for the petitioner to satisfy the filing fee over a period of time, which shall be paid in full, prior to any order granting an expungement.
|Kansas||Kan. Stat. Ann. § 19-2766b||Same; actions for enforcement of resolutions; costs; fees and mileage for witnesses; fines and penalties, disposition of||
(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), in all actions for the enforcement of resolutions of improvement districts the items allowable as costs shall be the same as in cases+ See more
for misdemeanor violations of state law and shall be taxed as provided in Kan. Stat. Ann. § 22-3801, 22-3802 and 22-3803, and amendments thereto. (b) The fees and mileage for the attendance of witnesses shall be borne by the party calling the witness, except that if an accused person is found not guilty, the improvement district shall pay all such expenses, but the court may direct that fees and mileage of witnesses subpoenaed by the accused person be charged against such person, if the court finds that there has been an abuse of the use of subpoenas by the accused person. (c) Except as hereinafter provided, all fines and penalties collected in actions for the enforcement of resolutions adopted by improvement districts, as provided in this act and the act of which this act is amendatory, shall be paid over to the county treasurer of the county where they are imposed for deposit in the county general fund. The court, when imposing fines and penalties for resolution violations, shall identify violations which also constitute a violation of state law. Those fines and penalties derived from the enforcement of any resolution, a violation of which would also constitute a violation of state law, shall be remitted to the state treasurer as provided in Kan. Stat. Ann. § 20-2801, and amendments thereto.
|North Dakota||N.D. Cent. Code § 27-01-10(3)||Fee assessments for funding crime victim and witness programs||
All fees paid to a district or municipal court under this section must be deposited monthly in the county or city treasury for allocation by the governing body of the+ See more
county or city to one or more of the following programs as determined by the governing body: a. A private, nonprofit domestic violence or sexual assault program. b. A victim and witness advocacy program of which the primary function is to provide direct services to victims of and witnesses to crime.
|North Dakota||N.D. Cent. Code § 12.1-32-02(10)||Sentencing alternatives--Credit for time in custody--Diagnostic testing||
A court shall order a defendant to pay fifty dollars to the department of corrections and rehabilitation at the time a presentence investigation is initiated to partially defray the costs+ See more
incurred by the department for the preparation of the presentence report.
|Wyoming||Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-2-202||Collection of fees||
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The clerk of the supreme court shall collect the following fees from the plaintiff in error or appellant, or in case of an original proceeding the plaintiff or relator shall,
at the time of filing the petition in error or record on appeal or when commencing the cause in this court, the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00). At the time of filing, the clerk also shall collect a court automation fee in the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) which shall be deposited into the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. 5-2-120, and an indigent civil legal services fee in the amount of ten dollars ($10.00) which shall be deposited into the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. 5-2-121. Other fees or charges to be assessed within the clerk's office are to be determined under rules of the supreme court.
Indigent civil legal services account; judicial systems automation account.
|Wyoming||Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-6-108||Costs||
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(a) Each city or town in the state of Wyoming may prescribe by ordinance such costs in all trials before municipal courts as may be necessary or deemed expedient. However,
the costs shall not exceed ten dollars ($10.00). All costs collected shall be turned into the treasury of the city or town. By ordinance a city or town may prescribe:
(i) A court automation fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) as a cost to be paid by every person guilty of a violation of a city or town ordinance;
(ii) An indigent civil legal services fee of ten dollars ($10.00) as a cost to be paid by every person guilty of a violation of a city or town ordinance.
|Wyoming||Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 6-10-102||Imposition of fine for any felony; maximum fine where not established by statute; court automation fee; indigent civil legal services fee||
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The court may impose a fine as part of the punishment for any felony. If the statute does not establish a maximum fine, the fine shall be not more than
ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00). The court shall impose a court automation fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) in every criminal case wherein the defendant is found guilty, enters a plea of guilty or no contest or is placed on probation under W.S. 7-13-301. The fee shall be remitted as provided by W.S. 5-3-205. In addition to the court automation fee the court shall impose an indigent civil legal services fee of ten dollars ($10.00) in every criminal case wherein the defendant is found guilty, enters a plea of guilty or no contest or is placed on probation under W.S. 7-13-301 or 35-7-1037. The indigent civil legal services fee shall be remitted as provided in W.S. 5-3-205(a)(ii).
|Wyoming||Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 6-10-103||Penalties for misdemeanors where not prescribed by statute; court automation fee; indigent civil legal services fee||
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Unless a different penalty is prescribed by law, every crime declared to be a misdemeanor is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than six (6) months,
a fine of not more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), or both. The court shall impose a court automation fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) in every criminal case wherein the defendant is found guilty, enters a plea of guilty or no contest or is placed on probation under W.S. 7-13-301. The fee shall be remitted as provided by W.S. 5-3-205. In addition to the court automation fee the court shall impose an indigent civil legal services fee of ten dollars ($10.00) in every criminal case wherein the defendant is found guilty, enters a plea of guilty or no contest or is placed on probation under W.S. 7-13-301. The indigent civil legal services fee shall be remitted as provided in W.S. 5-3-205(a)(ii).
|Wyoming||Wyo. R. Crim. P. 32.1||Offender Payments and Restitution||
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The clerk of court shall use the following prioritized order when distributing offender payments and restitution:
Fee (Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-2-120)
3. Indigent Civil Legal Services Fee (Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-2-121)
4. Restitution as follows: (a) Restitution payments received by a court shall be forwarded to the third party whenever the court has received funds totaling $25 or more. Nothing in this rule shall be construed as to limit any number of additional payments the clerks may choose to make. (b) If there are multiple victims in a case, the clerk shall pay out to each victim in equal amounts, but may hold those monies until the clerk has received funds totaling $25 per victim. (c) If six months between restitution payments have lapsed, the clerk shall pay out in equal amounts the remainder of monies held.
5. Drug Court Surcharge (Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 7-13-1616)
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