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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Language from the rule||When does the rule apply?|
|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|
|Wyoming||Wyo. Ct. R. 1||Costs and fees in criminal actions.||
(a) Circuit courts shall collect for every criminal/traffic charge (count) for which aconviction results unless otherwise specifically excepted by statute or court rule, costs in the sum of $20.00 which shall+ See more
be assessed as part of the sentence. In addition, for every criminal/traffic charge (count) for which a conviction results unless otherwise specifically excepted by statute or court rule, a fee of $20.00 shall be imposed, $10.00 of which shall be deposited into the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. § 5-2-120 and $10.00 of which shall be deposited into the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. § 5-2-121. (b) For every charge (count) the court shall impose the costs and fees provided for under paragraph (a) above, and the victim’s compensation fee as required by W.S. § 1-40-119, unless the court determines the defendant has an inability to pay and that no reasonable probability exists that the defendant will have an ability to pay. (Amended August 13, 2002, effective September 1, 2002; amended December 17, 2002, effective January 1, 2003; amended May 25, 2010, effective July 1, 2010.)
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|Wyoming||Wyo. Ct. R. 7||Over Payments||In the case of over payments, a refund need not be made unless the over payment exceeds $10.00.||Fines and fees|
|Wyoming||Wyo. Ct. R. 2||Municipal Courts||
(a) Costs and fees assessed and collected in municipal courts shall be fixed by ordinance in each city and town but costs shall not exceed $10.00. Such costs shall be remitted+ See more
to the city or town treasurer. By ordinance, a city or town may prescribe either a court automation fee of $10.00 or an indigent civil legal services fee of $10.00 or both as a cost to be paid by every person guilty of a violation of a city or town ordinance, and if so prescribed those fees shall be remitted to the judicial systems automation account established by W.S. § 5-2-120 and the indigent civil legal services account established by W.S. § 5-2-121. (b) Record check requests. All requests for a record check shall be submitted in writing by the applicant. Response to the request for a record check shall be made by the court in writing as soon as practicable after the written request is received by the court. The fee for checking municipal court records shall be ten dollars ($10.00). Payment of the $10.00 fee for each record check shall be made in cash or check payable to the court. No charge shall be made for checking municipal court records if requested by an employee of a governmental agency. Any request for copies of documents shall be billed separately above and beyond any fee charged as set forth herein. This rule and the charge provided only applies to services required from court personnel to check and/or abstract court records. This rule has no application to the personal examination of any court records including indexes by any individual desiring information from these public records.
|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.
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