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Montana Mont. Code Ann. § 46-18-236(6) Imposition of charge upon conviction or forfeiture--administration
(a) A city or town finance officer or treasurer may retain the charges collected under subsections (1)(a) and (1)(b) by a city municipal court or a city or town court
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and may use that money for the payment of salaries of the city or town attorney and deputies. (b) Each county finance officer or treasurer may retain the charges collected under subsections (1)(a) and (1)(b) by district courts for crimes committed or alleged to have been committed within that county. The county finance officer or treasurer shall use the money for the payment of salaries of its deputy county attorneys and for the payment of other salaries in the office of the county attorney, and any funds not needed for those salaries may be used for the payment of any other county salaries.
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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-6-204 Fines and penalties to be paid to city treasurer; report of cases; failure to comply with section.
All fines and penalties collected and arising from a breach of a city ordinance shall be deposited with the city treasurer, and the municipal judge shall report at the end
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of each calendar month a list of all cases for violations of city ordinances instituted in his court, and the disposition thereof, with a statement of the fines, penalties and costs received. At the end of each month the judge shall deposit with the city treasurer all fines, penalties and costs received. If the municipal judge fails to report and deposit all fines, penalties and costs for a period of twenty five (25) days, his office shall be declared vacant. If a city enacts an ordinance prescribing a court automation fee as provided in W.S. 5 6 108(a)(i), up to one half (1/2) of the fee may be retained by the city solely for the purpose of defraying costs and expenses related to establishing and maintaining an electronic citation system. The system shall collect and submit data in a form and manner prescribed by the supreme court to comply with the requirements of the judicial systems automation account under W.S. 5 2 120. The remaining portion of the fee shall be remitted to the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. 5 2 120. If a city enacts an ordinance prescribing the indigent civil legal services fee as provided in W.S. 5 6 108(a)(ii), the fee shall be remitted to the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. 5 2 121.
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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-6-303 Disposition of fines and penalties
All fines and penalties collected, arising from a breach of the ordinances of the town, shall be paid into the town treasury. If a town enacts an ordinance prescribing a
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court automation fee as provided in W.S. 5 6 108(a)(i), up to one half (1/2) of the fee may be retained by the town solely for the purpose of defraying costs and expenses related to establishing and maintaining an electronic citation system. The system shall collect and submit data in a form and manner prescribed by the supreme court to comply with the requirements of the judicial systems automation account under W.S. 5 2 120. The remaining portion of the fee shall be remitted to the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. 5 2 120. If a town enacts an ordinance prescribing an indigent civil legal services fee as provided in W.S. 5 6 108(a)(ii), the fee shall be remitted to the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. 5 2 121.
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Wyoming Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 5-9-106 Disposition of money collected for violations of city or town ordinances; disposition of fines and penalties under general state laws.
All money collected by a judge of a circuit court for violations of ordinances of a city or town shall be paid into the general fund of the city or
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town whose ordinance was violated. The circuit court shall keep separate account books of funds for ordinance violations as designated by the Wyoming supreme court. All fines and penalties under the general laws of the state shall be paid into the county treasury to the credit of the public school fund of the county.
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Michigan Mich. Comp. Laws § 600.1206(4) Veteran's treatment court fee The clerk of the veterans treatment court shall transmit the fees collected to the treasurer of the local funding unit at the end of each month. Local jurisdiction N/A All
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West Virginia W. Va. Code §17C-13-6 (o). Traffic Regulations and laws of the road - Stopping, standing and parking
(o) Local authorities who adopt the basic enforcement provisions of this section and issue their own local ordinances shall retain all fines and associated late fees. These revenues shall be
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used first to fund the provisions of subsection (n) of this section, if adopted by local authorities, or otherwise shall go into the local authorities' general revenue fund. Otherwise, any moneys collected as fines shall be collected for and remitted to the state
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Indiana Ind. Code § 33-37-7-6 Fees collected by clerk of circuit court; city or town share
Sec. 6. (a) The qualified municipality share to be distributed to each city and town maintaining a law enforcement agency that prosecutes at least fifty percent (50%) of the city's
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or town's ordinance violations in a circuit or superior court located in the county is three percent (3%) of the amount of fees collected under the following: (1) IC 33-37-4-1(a) (criminal costs fees). (2) IC 33-37-4-2(a) (infraction or ordinance violation costs fees). (3) IC 33-37-4-3(a) (juvenile costs fees). (4) IC 33-37-4-4(a) (civil costs fees). (5) IC 33-37-4-6(a)(1) (small claims costs fees). (6) IC 33-37-4-7(a) (probate costs fees). (7) IC 33-37-5-17 (deferred prosecution fees). (b) The county auditor shall determine the amount to be distributed to each city and town qualified under subsection (a) as follows: STEP ONE:  Determine the population of the qualified city or town. STEP TWO:  Add the populations of all qualified cities and towns determined under STEP ONE. STEP THREE:  Divide the population of each qualified city and town by the sum determined under STEP TWO. STEP FOUR:  Multiply the result determined under STEP THREE for each qualified city and town by the amount of the qualified municipality share. (c) The county auditor shall distribute semiannually to each city and town described in subsection (a) the amount computed for that city or town under STEP FOUR of subsection (b). (d) This section applies after June 30, 2005.
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Indiana Ind. Code § 33-37-7-8 City or town clerk's and fiscal officer's distribution of fees
Sec. 8. (a) The clerk of a city or town court shall distribute semiannually to the auditor of state as the state share for deposit in the homeowner protection unit account
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established by IC 4-6-12-9 one hundred percent (100%) of the automated record keeping fees collected under IC 33-37-5-21 with respect to actions resulting in the accused person entering into a pretrial diversion program agreement under IC 33-39-1-8 or a deferral program agreement under IC 34-28-5-1 and for deposit in the state general fund fifty-five percent (55%) of the amount of fees collected under the following: (1) IC 33-37-4-1(a) (criminal costs fees). (2) IC 33-37-4-2(a) (infraction or ordinance violation costs fees). (3) IC 33-37-4-4(a) (civil costs fees). (4) IC 33-37-4-6(a)(1)(A) (small claims costs fees). (5) IC 33-37-5-17 (deferred prosecution fees). (b) The city or town fiscal officer shall distribute monthly to the county auditor as the county share twenty percent (20%) of the amount of fees collected under the following: (1) IC 33-37-4-1(a) (criminal costs fees). (2) IC 33-37-4-2(a) (infraction or ordinance violation costs fees). (3) IC 33-37-4-4(a) (civil costs fees). (4) IC 33-37-4-6(a)(1)(A) (small claims costs fees). (5) IC 33-37-5-17 (deferred prosecution fees). (c) The city or town fiscal officer shall retain twenty-five percent (25%) as the city or town share of the fees collected under the following: (1) IC 33-37-4-1(a) (criminal costs fees). (2) IC 33-37-4-2(a) (infraction or ordinance violation costs fees). (3) IC 33-37-4-4(a) (civil costs fees). (4) IC 33-37-4-6(a)(1)(A) (small claims costs fees). (5) IC 33-37-5-17 (deferred prosecution fees). (d) The clerk of a city or town court shall distribute semiannually to the auditor of state for deposit in the state user fee fund established in IC 33-37-9 the following: (1) Twenty-five percent (25%) of the drug abuse, prosecution, interdiction, and correction fees collected under IC 33-37-4-1(b)(5). (2) Twenty-five percent (25%) of the alcohol and drug countermeasures fees collected under IC 33-37-4-1(b)(6), IC 33-37-4-2(b)(4), and IC 33-37-4-3(b)(5). (3) One hundred percent (100%) of the highway work zone fees collected under IC 33-37-4-1(b)(9) and IC 33-37-4-2(b)(5). (4) One hundred percent (100%) of the safe schools fee collected under IC 33-37-5-18. (5) One hundred percent (100%) of the automated record keeping fee collected under IC 33-37-5-21 not distributed under subsection (a). (e) The clerk of a city or town court shall distribute monthly to the county auditor the following: (1) Seventy-five percent (75%) of the drug abuse, prosecution, interdiction, and corrections fees collected under IC 33-37-4-1(b)(5). (2) Seventy-five percent (75%) of the alcohol and drug countermeasures fees collected under IC 33-37-4-1(b)(6), IC 33-37-4-2(b)(4), and IC 33-37-4-3(b)(5). The county auditor shall deposit fees distributed by a clerk under this subsection into the county drug free community fund established under IC 5-2-11. (f) The clerk of a city or town court shall distribute monthly to the city or town fiscal officer (as defined in IC 36-1-2-7) one hundred percent (100%) of the following: (1) The late payment fees collected under IC 33-37-5-22. (2) The small claims service fee collected under IC 33-37-4-6(a)(1)(B) or IC 33-37-4-6(a)(2). (3) The small claims garnishee service fee collected under IC 33-37-4-6(a)(1)(C) or IC 33-37-4-6(a)(3). The city or town fiscal officer (as defined in IC 36-1-2-7) shall deposit fees distributed by a clerk under this subsection in the city or town general fund. (g) The clerk of a city or town court shall semiannually distribute to the auditor of state for deposit in the state general fund one hundred percent (100%) of the following: (1) The public defense administration fee collected under IC 33-37-5-21.2. (2) The DNA sample processing fees collected under IC 33-37-5-26.2. (3) The court administration fees collected under IC 33-37-5-27. (h) The clerk of a city or town court shall semiannually distribute to the auditor of state for deposit in the judicial branch insurance adjustment account established by IC 33-38-5-8.2 one hundred percent (100%) of the judicial insurance adjustment fee collected under IC 33-37-5-25. (i) The clerk of a city or town court shall semiannually distribute to the auditor of state for deposit in the state general fund seventy-five percent (75%) of the judicial salaries fee collected under IC 33-37-5-26.  The city or town fiscal officer shall retain twenty-five percent (25%) of the judicial salaries fee collected under IC 33-37-5-26.  The funds retained by the city or town shall be prioritized to fund city or town court operations. (j) The clerk of a city or town court shall distribute semiannually to the auditor of state one hundred percent (100%) of the pro bono legal services fees collected before July 1, 2017, under IC 33-37-5-31.  The auditor of state shall transfer semiannually the pro bono legal services fees to the Indiana Bar Foundation (or a successor entity) as the entity designated to organize and administer the interest on lawyers trust accounts (IOLTA) program under Rule 1.15 of the Rules of Professional Conduct of the Indiana supreme court.  The Indiana Bar Foundation shall: (1) deposit in an appropriate account and otherwise manage the fees the Indiana Bar Foundation receives under this subsection in the same manner the Indiana Bar Foundation deposits and manages the net earnings the Indiana Bar Foundation receives from IOLTA accounts;  and (2) use the fees the Indiana Bar Foundation receives under this subsection to assist or establish approved pro bono legal services programs. The handling and expenditure of the pro bono legal services fees received under this section by the Indiana Bar Foundation (or its successor entity) are subject to audit by the state board of accounts.  The amounts necessary to make the transfers required by this subsection are appropriated from the state general fund.
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Indiana Ind. Code § 33-37-8-4 City or town funds; appropriations
Sec. 4. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), upon receipt of monthly claims submitted on oath to the fiscal body by a program listed in section 3(b) of this chapter,
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the fiscal body of the city or town shall appropriate from the city or town fund to the program the amount collected for the program fee under IC 33-37-5. (b) Funds derived from a deferral program or a pretrial diversion program may be disbursed only by the adoption of an ordinance appropriating the funds for one (1) or more of the following purposes: (1) Personnel expenses related to the operation of the program. (2) Special training for: (A) a prosecuting attorney; (B) a deputy prosecuting attorney; (C) support staff for a prosecuting attorney or deputy prosecuting attorney;  or (D) a law enforcement officer. (3) Employment of a deputy prosecutor or prosecutorial support staff. (4) Victim assistance. (5) Electronic legal research. (6) Office equipment, including computers, computer software, communication devices, office machinery, furnishings, and office supplies. (7) Expenses of a criminal investigation and prosecution. (8) An activity or program operated by the prosecuting attorney that is intended to reduce or prevent criminal activity, including: (A) substance abuse; (B) child abuse; (C) domestic violence; (D) operating while intoxicated;  and (E) juvenile delinquency. (9) The provision of evidence based mental health and addiction, intellectual disability, developmental disability, autism, and co-occurring autism and mental illness forensic treatment services to reduce the risk of recidivism in a program administered or coordinated by a provider certified or licensed by the division of mental health and addiction or the division of disability and rehabilitative services with expertise in providing evidence based forensic treatment services. (10) Any other purpose that benefits the office of the prosecuting attorney or law enforcement and that is agreed upon by the county fiscal body and the prosecuting attorney. (c) Funds described in subsection (b) may be used only in accordance with guidelines adopted by the prosecuting attorneys council under IC 33-39-8-5.
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Indiana Ind. Code § 33-37-6-3 Credit Card Service Fee; Use of fees
(a) The clerk shall forward credit card service fees collected under section 2 of this chapter to the county auditor or the city or town fiscal officer in accordance with
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Ind. Code § 33-37-7-12(a).(b) Funds described in subsection (a) may be used without appropriation to pay the transaction charge or discount fee charged by the bank or credit card vendor.
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Indiana Ind. Code § 35-38-2-1 (m)
Conditions of probation; advice on violation; specification in record; user's fees; disposition of money collected; general adult probation services fund; limitation on payment of user's fee - credit card services
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(m) The probation department shall forward the credit card service fees collected under subsection (l) to the county treasurer or city or town fiscal officer in accordance with subsection (f)
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or (g). These funds may be used without appropriation to pay the transaction charge or discount fee charged by the bank or credit card vendor.
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Indiana Ind. Code § 33-37-4-1 (d) Criminal costs fee; document fee; program fees; transfer to user fee fund
(d) The clerk shall transfer to the county auditor or city or town fiscal officer the following fees, not later than thirty (30) days after the fees are collected:(1) The
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pretrial diversion fee. (2) The marijuana eradication program fee. (3) The alcohol and drug services program user fee. (4) The law enforcement continuing education program fee. The auditor or fiscal officer shall deposit fees transferred under this subsection in the appropriate user fee fund established under Ind. Code § 33-37-8.
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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7251(a) Municipalities
Fines, forfeitures and penalties, imposed by the district or superior court or by the judicial bureau for violation of a village, town, or city ordinance shall be paid to the
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village, town or city, respectively, except for a $12.50 administrative charge for each case which shall be retained by the state.
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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7251(b) Speeding violations
Fines, forfeitures and penalties imposed by the judicial bureau for all speeding traffic violations under subchapter 8 of chapter 13 of Title 23 entitled "speed restrictions" on state highways and
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for height and width violations under 23 V.S.A. § 1431 and length violations under 23 V.S.A. § 1432 on town highways resulting from the enforcement by towns within the jurisdiction of the town shall be paid to the town by the formula set forth in subsection (c) of this section except for the administrative charge according to the provisions of subsection (a) of this section which shall be retained by the state. The enforcement by towns shall be by a town law enforcement officer or a law enforcement officer by contract with the town. Such law enforcement officer shall be certified according to the provisions of 20 V.S.A. § 2358. Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit the jurisdiction of a certified law enforcement officer. The revenue that is collected by the state pursuant to enforcement of this section by a town shall be distributed annually during the first quarter of the fiscal year immediately following the fiscal year in which the fines, forfeitures and penalties are collected.
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Vermont Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 13 § 7251(c) Town distribution
The allocation of revenue to the towns under the formula shall be updated annually by the state court administrator and shall provide that the revenue be distributed to those towns
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whose law enforcement efforts on state highways and town highways as specifically set forth in subsection (b) of this section have resulted in the imposition of the fines, forfeitures and penalties for all speeding traffic violations under subchapter 8 of chapter 13 of Title 23 entitled "speed restrictions" and for height and width violations under 23 V.S.A. § 1431 and length violations under 23 V.S.A. § 1432 provided that no town may receive more than five percent of the total revenue in any given year. The formula used for distribution shall reflect the percentage of a town's law enforcement expenditures as it relates to the town's total municipal taxing effort. The town's total municipal taxing effort shall be determined by subtracting the town's school taxes assessed from the total taxes assessed as provided each year in the annual report of the division of property valuation and review by the Vermont department of taxes. By July 31 of each year, the local legislative body of any town which had law enforcement efforts resulting in the imposition of fines, forfeitures and penalties and which wishes to participate shall submit to the court administrator the total amount of the funds spent for law enforcement in the most recently completed town fiscal year.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-206(B)-(C) Additional Assessment in general sessions/family court fee
(B) The county treasurer must remit 35.35 percent of the revenue generated by the assessment imposed in subsection (A) to the county to be used for the purposes set forth
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in subsection (D) and remit the balance of the assessment revenue to the State Treasurer on a monthly basis by the fifteenth day of each month and make reports on a form and in a manner prescribed by the State Treasurer. Assessments paid in installments must be remitted as received. (C) After deducting amounts provided pursuant to Section 14-1-210, the State Treasurer shall deposit the balance of assessments received as follows: (1) 42.08 percent for programs established pursuant to Chapter 21 of Title 24 and the Shock Incarceration Program as provided in Article 13, Chapter 13 of Title 24; (2) 14.74 percent to the Law Enforcement Training Council for training in the fields of law enforcement and criminal justice; (3) .45 percent to the Department of Public Safety to defray the cost of erecting and maintaining the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame. When funds collected pursuant to this item exceed the necessary costs and expenses of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame operation and maintenance as determined by the Department of Public Safety, the department may retain, carry forward, and expend the surplus to defray the costs of maintaining and operating the Hall of Fame; (4) 14.46 percent to the Office of Indigent Defense for the defense of indigents; (5) 11.83 percent for the State Office of Victim Assistance; (6) 15.39 percent to the general fund; (7) .89 percent to the Office of the Attorney General for a fund to provide support for counties involved in complex criminal litigation. For the purposes of this item, "complex criminal litigation" means criminal cases in which the State is seeking the death penalty and has served notice as required by law upon the defendant's counsel, and the county involved has expended more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars for a particular case in direct support of operating the court of general sessions and for prosecution related expenses. The Attorney General shall develop guidelines for determining what expenses are reimbursable from the fund and shall approve all disbursements from the fund. Funds must be paid to a county for all expenditures authorized for reimbursement under this item except for the first one hundred thousand dollars the county expended in satisfying the requirements for reimbursement from the fund; however, money disbursed from this fund must be disbursed on a "first received, first paid" basis. When revenue in the fund reaches five hundred thousand dollars, all revenue in excess of five hundred thousand dollars must be credited to the general fund of the State. Unexpended revenue in the fund at the end of the fiscal year carries over and may be expended in the next fiscal year; and (8) .16 percent to the Office of the State Treasurer to defray the administrative expenses associated with collecting and distributing the revenue of these assessments.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-207(B)-(C) Additional Assessment in magistrates court fee
(B) The county treasurer must remit 11.16 percent of the revenue generated by the assessment imposed in subsection (A) to the county to be used for the purposes set forth
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in subsection (D) and remit the balance of the assessment revenue to the State Treasurer on a monthly basis by the fifteenth day of each month and make reports on a form and in a manner prescribed by the State Treasurer. Assessments paid in installments must be remitted as received. (C) After deducting amounts provided pursuant to Section 14-1-210, the State Treasurer shall deposit the balance of the assessments received as follows: (1) 32.36 percent for programs established pursuant to Chapter 21 of Title 24 and the Shock Incarceration Program as provided in Article 13, Chapter 13 of Title 24; (2) 20.72 percent to the Law Enforcement Training Council for training in the fields of law enforcement and criminal justice; (3) .60 percent to the Department of Public Safety to defray the cost of erecting and maintaining the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame. When funds collected pursuant to this item exceed the necessary costs and expenses of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame operation and maintenance as determined by the Department of Public Safety, the department may retain, carry forward, and expend the surplus to defray the costs of maintaining and operating the Hall of Fame; (4) 18.82 percent for the State Office of Victim Assistance; (5) 15.93 percent to the general fund; (6) 10.49 percent to the Office of Indigent Defense for the defense of indigents; (7) .92 percent to the Office of the Attorney General for a fund to provide support for counties involved in complex criminal litigation. For the purposes of this item, "complex criminal litigation" means criminal cases in which the State is seeking the death penalty and has served notice as required by law upon the defendant's counsel and the county involved has expended more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars for a particular case in direct support of operating the court of general sessions and for prosecution related expenses. The Attorney General shall develop guidelines for determining what expenses are reimbursable from the fund and shall approve all disbursements from the fund. Funds must be paid to a county for all expenditures authorized for reimbursement under this item except for the first one hundred thousand dollars the county expended in satisfying the requirements for reimbursement from the fund; however, money disbursed from this fund must be disbursed on a "first received, first paid" basis. When revenue in the fund reaches five hundred thousand dollars, all revenue in excess of five hundred thousand dollars must be credited to the general fund of the State. Unexpended revenue in the fund at the end of the fiscal year carries over and may be expended in the next fiscal year; and (8) .16 percent to the Office of the State Treasurer to defray the administrative expenses associated with collecting and distributing the revenue of these assessments.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-208(B)-(C) additional assessment in municipal court fee
(B) The city treasurer must remit 11.16 percent of the revenue generated by the assessment imposed in subsection (A) to the municipality to be used for the purposes set forth
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in subsection (D) and remit the balance of the assessment revenue to the State Treasurer on a monthly basis by the fifteenth day of each month and make reports on a form and in a manner prescribed by the State Treasurer. Assessments paid in installments must be remitted as received. (C) After deducting amounts provided pursuant to Section 14-1-210, the State Treasurer shall deposit the balance of the assessments received as follows: (1) 14.04 percent for programs established pursuant to Chapter 21 of Title 24 and the Shock Incarceration Program as provided in Article 13, Chapter 13 of Title 24; (2) 13.89 percent to the Law Enforcement Training Council for training in the fields of law enforcement and criminal justice; (3) .36 percent to the Department of Public Safety to defray the cost of erecting and maintaining the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame. When funds collected pursuant to this item exceed the necessary costs and expenses of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame operation and maintenance as determined by the Department of Public Safety, the department may retain, carry forward, and expend the surplus for the purpose of defraying the costs of maintaining and operating the Hall of Fame; (4) 10.38 percent for the State Office of Victim Assistance; (5) 11.53 percent to the general fund; (6) 10.56 percent to the Office of Indigent Defense for the defense of indigents; (7) .89 percent to the Department of Mental Health to be used exclusively for the treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicts within the department's addiction center facilities; (8) .54 percent to the Office of the Attorney General for a fund to provide support for counties involved in complex criminal litigation. For the purposes of this item, "complex criminal litigation" means criminal cases in which the State is seeking the death penalty and has served notice as required by law upon the defendant's counsel and the county involved has expended more than one hundred thousand dollars for a particular case in direct support of operating the court of general sessions and for prosecution-related expenses. The Attorney General shall develop guidelines for determining what expenses are reimbursable from the fund and shall approve all disbursements from the fund. Funds must be paid to a county for all expenditures authorized for reimbursement under this item except for the first one hundred thousand dollars the county expended in satisfying the requirements for reimbursement from the fund; however, money disbursed from this fund must be disbursed on a "first received, first paid" basis. When revenue in the fund reaches five hundred thousand dollars, all revenue in excess of five hundred thousand dollars must be credited to the general fund of the State. Unexpended revenue in the fund at the end of the fiscal year carries over and may be expended in the next fiscal year; (9)(a) 9.16 percent to the Department of Public Safety for the programs established pursuant to Section 56-5-2953(E); and (b) 1.31 percent to SLED for the programs established pursuant to Section 56-5-2953(E); (10) 13.61 percent to the Governor's Task Force on Litter and in the expenditure of these funds, the provisions of Chapter 35 of Title 11 do not apply; (11) 13.61 percent to the Department of Juvenile Justice. The Department of Juvenile Justice must apply the funds generated by this item to offset the nonstate share of allowable costs of operating juvenile detention centers so that per diem costs charged to local governments utilizing the juvenile detention centers do not exceed twenty-five dollars a day. Notwithstanding this provision of law, the director of the department may waive, reduce, defer, or reimburse the charges paid by local governments for juvenile detention placements. The department may apply the remainder of the funds generated by this item, if any, to operational or capital expenses associated with regional evaluation centers; and (12) .12 percent to the Office of the State Treasurer to defray the administrative expenses associated with the collecting and distributing the revenue of these assessments.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-211(B) general sessions court surcharge fee
(B) The revenue collected pursuant to subsection (A)(1) must be retained by the jurisdiction which heard or processed the case and paid to the city or county treasurer, for the
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purpose of providing services for the victims of crime, including those required by law. Any funds retained by the county or city treasurer pursuant to subsection (A)(1) must be deposited into a separate account for the exclusive use for all activities related to the requirements contained in this provision. For the purpose of funds allocation and expenditure, these funds are a part of the general funds of the city or county. These funds must be appropriated for the exclusive purpose of providing victim services as required by Chapter 3, Article 15 of Title 16; specifically, those service requirements that are imposed on local law enforcement, local detention facilities, prosecutors, and the summary courts. First priority must be given to those victims' assistance programs which are required by Chapter 3, Article 15 of Title 16 and second priority must be given to programs which expand victims' services beyond those required by Chapter 3, Article 15 of Title 16. These funds must be used for, but are not limited to, salaries, equipment that includes computer equipment and internet access, or other expenditures necessary for providing services to crime victims. All unused funds must be carried forward from year to year and used exclusively for the provision of services to the victims of crime. All unused funds must be separately identified in the governmental entity's adopted budget as funds unused and carried forward from previous years.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-214(C) General Fund
(C) The court or register of deeds, collecting a fee or service charge pursuant to this section must deposit the credit card fee or service charge in the general fund
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