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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Language from the rule||When does the rule apply?|
|Utah||Utah R. Crim. P. 27A||Stays Pending Appeal from a Court not of Record --Appeals for a Trial De Novo||Upon the timely filing of a notice of appeal for a trial de novo, the court shall: (b)(1) order stayed any fine or fee payments until the appeal is resolved||Fines and fees|
|Utah||Utah R. Crim. P. 27B||Stays Pending Appeal from a Court not of Record--Hearings De Novo, DUI, and Reckless Driving Cases||(d) Fine and Fee payments. Fine and fee payments shall be stayed pending resolution of the appeal.||Fines and fees|
|Wisconsin||$0||Witness and interpreters fees||None||Fines and fees|
|Wisconsin||$0||Sheriff's fees||$60||Fines and fees|
|Wisconsin||$0||City police, constables, and village marshals' fees||None||Fines and fees|
|Wisconsin||$0||Jail surcharge||None||Fines and fees|
|New Mexico||N.M. R. Cr. P. Mag. Ct. 6-801||Magistrate court - modification of fines and fees||
The magistrate court may modify but not increase a sentence or fine at any time during the maximum period for which incarceration could have been imposed. No sentence shall be+ See more
modified without prior notification to all parties and a hearing thereon. No sentence shall be modified while the appeal is pending. Changing a sentence from incarceration to probation constitutes a permissible reduction of sentence under this rule. No judgment of conviction shall be changed. No fine paid shall be ordered returned.
|Fines and fees|