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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 4.090 Justice of the peace to keep record of fees charged
The justice of the peace shall keep in his or her office a fee book or electronic record in which he or she shall enter in detail the title of
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the matter, proceeding or action, and the fees charged therein. The fee book or electronic record, as applicable, shall be open to public inspection.
Obligation to collect or record State courts
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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 176.062(2) Administrative assessment for felony or gross misdemeanor: Collection; distribution; limitations on use 2. The money collected for an administrative assessment: . . . (c) Must be stated separately on the court's docket. Obligation to collect or record All courts
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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 4.060 (4) Fees for justice of the peace; disposition; special account for justice court; report to board of county commissioners
Except as otherwise provided by an ordinance adopted pursuant to the provisions of NRS 244.207, the justice of the peace shall, on or before the fifth day of each month, account
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for . . . all fees collected pursuant to subsection 1 during the preceding month
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Nevada Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 4.060 (8) Fees for justice of the peace; disposition; special account for justice court; report to board of county commissioners
Each justice court that collects fees pursuant to this section shall submit to the board of county commissioners of the county in which the justice court is located an annual
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report that contains:(a) An estimate of the amount of money that the county treasurer will deposit into the special account pursuant to subsection 6 from fees collected by the justice court for the following fiscal year; and (b) A proposal for any expenditures by the justice court from the special account for the following fiscal year.
Obligation to report/conduct analysis State courts
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-17-750 Clerk shall report all moneys collected
Every clerk of the court is required, on the first Wednesday in each month or within ten days thereafter, to make in writing to the auditor and treasurer of his
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county a full and accurate statement of all moneys collected on account of licenses, fines, penalties and forfeitures during the past month on pain of indictment and, in case of conviction, of being fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than two months or both, at the discretion of the court.
Obligation to collect or record State courts
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 22-1-90 Monthly reports of moneys collected; treasurer's record
Every magistrate shall, on the first Wednesday in each month or within ten days thereafter, make to the auditor and treasurer of his county a full and accurate statement in
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writing of all moneys collected by him on account of fines, penalties or forfeitures during the past month together with the title of each case in which a fine has been paid. The county treasurer shall keep a record of the title of each case in which the fine has been paid, the nature of the offense for which the fine was imposed and the amount thereof. In default thereof the magistrate or treasurer, as the case may be, shall, on conviction, be liable to a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding two months or both, at the discretion of the court.
Obligation to respond to public records requests Municipal court
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 24-1-170 Financial records
The director shall keep, or cause to be kept, correct and accurate accounts of each and every financial transaction of the prison system, including all receipts and disbursements of every
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character. He shall receive and receipt for all money paid to him from every source whatsoever, and shall sign all warrants authorizing any disbursement of any sum or sums on account of the prison system. He shall keep full and correct accounts with any industry, department and farm of the prison system, and with all persons having financial transactions with the prison system.
Obligation to collect or record Supervision agency
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 30-4-30 Right to inspect or copy public records; fees; notification as to public availability of records; presumption upon failure to give notice; records to be available when requestor appears in person
Each public body, upon written request for records made under this chapter, shall within fifteen days (excepting Saturdays, Sundays, and legal public holidays) of the receipt of any such request
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notify the person making such request of its determination and the reasons therefor. Such a determination shall constitute the final opinion of the public body as to the public availability of the requested public record and, if the request is granted, the record must be furnished or made available for inspection or copying. If written notification of the determination of the public body as to the availability of the requested public record is neither mailed nor personally delivered to the person requesting the document within the fifteen days allowed herein, the request must be considered approved.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 24-21-90 Account and receipt for fee payments
Each supervising agent shall keep an accurate account of the money he collects pursuant to Sections 24-21-80, 24-23-210(B), and 24-23-220 and shall give a receipt to the probationer and individual
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under supervision for each payment. Money collected must be forwarded to the board and deposited in the state treasury.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-206(E) Annual audits
(E) To ensure that fines and assessments imposed pursuant to this section and Section 14-1-209(A) are properly collected and remitted to the State Treasurer, the annual independent external audit required
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to be performed for each county pursuant to Section 4-9-150 must include a review of the accounting controls over the collection, reporting, and distribution of fines and assessments from the point of collection to the point of distribution and a supplementary schedule detailing all fines and assessments collected by the clerk of court for the court of general sessions, the amount remitted to the county treasurer, and the amount remitted to the State Treasurer.
Obligation to collect or record Local jurisdiction
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-207(E) Annual audits
(E) To ensure that fines and assessments imposed pursuant to this section and Section 14-1-209(A) are properly collected and remitted to the State Treasurer, the annual independent external audit required
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to be performed for each county pursuant to Section 4-9-150 must include a review of the accounting controls over the collection, reporting, and distribution of fines and assessments from the point of collection to the point of distribution and a supplementary schedule detailing all fines and assessments collected by the magistrate's court of that county, the amount remitted to the county treasurer, and the amount remitted to the State Treasurer.
Obligation to collect or record Local jurisdiction
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-208(E) Annual audits
(E) To ensure that fines and assessments imposed pursuant to this section and Section 14-1-209(A) are properly collected and remitted to the State Treasurer, the annual independent external audit required
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to be performed for each municipality pursuant to Section 5-7-240 must include a review of the accounting controls over the collection, reporting, and distribution of fines and assessments from the point of collection to the point of distribution and a supplementary schedule detailing all fines and assessments collected at the court level, the amount remitted to the municipal treasurer, and the amount remitted to the State Treasurer.
Obligation to collect or record Local jurisdiction
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 14-1-211(D) Annual audits
(D) To ensure that surcharges imposed pursuant to this section are properly collected and remitted to the city or county treasurer, the annual independent external audit required to be performed
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for each municipality pursuant to Section 5-7-240 and each county pursuant to Section 4-9-150 must include a review of the accounting controls over the collection, reporting, and distribution of surcharges from the point of collection to the point of distribution and a supplementary schedule detailing all surcharges collected at the court level, and the amount remitted to the municipality or county.
Obligation to collect or record Local jurisdiction
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 17-22-360 Traffic education program annual report
Each governmental agency that administers a traffic education program shall submit a traffic education program annual report, by the first day of August, to the Commission on Prosecution Coordination providing
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the total number of participants by original traffic-related offenses, the total number of participants that successfully completed the traffic education program, the total amount of fees collected, and the total revenue remitted to the municipalities, counties, and Office of the State Treasurer for the state's fiscal year. The Commission on Prosecution Coordination may establish additional guidelines for the annual reports. The annual reports must be made available for public inspection.
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South Carolina S.C. Code Ann. § 24-21-490(B) Summary of restitution accounts
(B) Notwithstanding Section 14-17-725, the department shall assess a collection fee of twenty percent of each restitution program and deposit this collection fee into a separate account. The department shall
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maintain individual restitution accounts that reflect each transaction and the amount paid, the collection fee, and the unpaid balance of the account. A summary of these accounts must be reported to the Governor's Office, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House, the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and the Chairman of the Senate Corrections and Penology Committee every six months following the enactment of this section.
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