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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
Obligation to collect or record State courts
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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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Washington DC DC ST § 11-1745 Reports and records
(a) The Executive Officer shall prepare and publish, subject to the approval of the Joint Committee, the annual report of the District of Columbia court system of the work of
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the courts and their operations during the preceding year together with any recommendations relating to the courts. The principal purpose of the annual report shall be to provide meaningful and objective information concerning the performance, progress, and problems of the District of Columbia courts. The report shall include narrative comments analyzing the significance of statistical data and shall show trends with regard to the work of such courts, current data on the age and type of pending cases, and methods of disposition of cases. Nothing in this chapter shall prevent the respective chief judges from preparing and publishing any other reports as they may wish.(b) The Executive Officer shall be responsible for maintaining and safeguarding the records of the courts. Except for those records required by law to be kept under court seal, the Executive Officer shall make the records available at all reasonable times to -- (1) the United States Department of Justice, (2) the Mayor of the District of Columbia, (3) the District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure, and (4) such other agencies as the Joint Committee may specify.
Obligation to report/conduct analysis State courts
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Washington DC DC ST § 11-1723 Fiscal Officer
(a) There shall be a Fiscal Officer in the District of Columbia court system who shall be responsible for the budget of the court system and for the accounts of
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the courts, subject to the supervision of the Executive Officer. (b) The Fiscal Officer shall receive, safeguard, and account for all fees, costs, payments, and deposits of money or other items, and shall be responsible for depositing in the Treasury of the United States all fines, forfeitures, fees, unclaimed deposits, and other moneys. (c) The Fiscal Officer shall be responsible for the approval of vouchers and shall arrange for an annual independent audit of the accounts of the courts.
Obligation to collect or record Other
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Washington DC DC R CT RPTR Handbook D.C. Court Reporter Handbook
The Court Reporting and Recording Division for the District Columbia Courts is responsible for the recording of all Superior Court proceedings and the timely production of transcripts (upon written request
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and with proper financial arrangements having been made).
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Washington DC DC ST § 5-113.06 Records open to public inspection
(a) Except as provided in subsection (c) of this section, the records to be kept by paragraphs (1), (2), and (4) of § 5-113.01 shall be open to public inspection
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when not in actual use, and this requirement shall be enforceable by mandatory injunction issued by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on the application of any person.(b) The name, address, date of birth, occupation, and photograph of any person convicted of a violation of Chapter 27 of Title 22, shall be made available to the public upon written request, in exchange for a reasonable fee established by the Mayor or his or her designee.
Obligation to respond to public records requests Law enforcement
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Washington DC DC ST § 11-1745 Reports and records
(a) The Executive Officer shall prepare and publish, subject to the approval of the Joint Committee, the annual report of the District of Columbia court system of the work of
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the courts and their operations during the preceding year together with any recommendations relating to the courts. The principal purpose of the annual report shall be to provide meaningful and objective information concerning the performance, progress, and problems of the District of Columbia courts. The report shall include narrative comments analyzing the significance of statistical data and shall show trends with regard to the work of such courts, current data on the age and type of pending cases, and methods of disposition of cases. Nothing in this chapter shall prevent the respective chief judges from preparing and publishing any other reports as they may wish.(b) The Executive Officer shall be responsible for maintaining and safeguarding the records of the courts. Except for those records required by law to be kept under court seal, the Executive Officer shall make the records available at all reasonable times to -- (1) the United States Department of Justice, (2) the Mayor of the District of Columbia, (3) the District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure, and (4) such other agencies as the Joint Committee may specify.
Obligation to report/conduct analysis State courts
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Washington DC DC ST § 11-1743 Annual Budget and Expenditures
(a) The Joint Committee shall prepare and submit to the Mayor and the Council of the District of Columbia annual estimates of the expenditures and appropriations necessary for the maintenance
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and operations of the District of Columbia courts, and shall submit such estimates to Congress and the Director of the Office of Management and Budget after submitting them to the Mayor and the Council. All such estimates shall be included in the budget without revision by the President but subject to the President's recommendations.
Obligation to report/conduct analysis State courts
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Washington DC D.C. Super. Ct. R. Crim. P. 55 Records of the clerk
The clerk must keep records of criminal proceedings in the form prescribed by administrative orders of the Chief Judge. The entry of an order or judgment must show the date
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the entry is made.
Obligation to collect or record State courts
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Washington DC D.C. Super. Ct. R. Crim. P. 118 (h) Sealing of Arrest Records
(h) Indexing and Access to Sealed Records. The Clerk shall place the records ordered sealed by the Court in a special file, appropriately and securely indexed in order to protect
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its confidentiality, subject to being opened on further order of the Court only upon the showing of compelling need. A request for access to such sealed records may be made ex parte. However, unless otherwise ordered by the Court, the Clerk shall reply in response to inquiries concerning the existence of arrest records which may have been sealed pursuant to this rule that no records are available.
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