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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Language from the rule||When does the rule apply?|
|Mississippi||URCCC Rule 11.04||Post-Conviction Fines, Payment of Fines, and Indigents||Matters concerning post-conviction fines, payment of fines, indigents and imprisonment for nonpayment of fines shall be governed by § 99-19-20 of the Mississippi Code of 1972.||Ability to pay|
|Mississippi||M.R.A.P. Rule 6(a)(1)||Counsel on Appeal in Criminal Cases and Proceedings In Forma Pauperis in Criminal Cases||
A defendant in a criminal case in a trial court who desires to proceed on appeal in forma pauperis shall file in the trial court a motion for leave so to proceed,+ See more
together with an affidavit showing the defendant's inability to pay fees and costs. If the motion is granted, the defendant may so proceed without further application to the Supreme Court and without prepayment of fees or costs in either court. If the motion is denied, the trial court shall state in writing the reasons for the denial.
|Ability to pay|