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State
Georgia
Statute
Ga. Code Ann. § 15-6-95
Statutory language

Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, a clerk of any superior court of this state who receives partial payments, as ordered by the court, of criminal fines, bond forfeitures, or costs shall distribute such sums in the order of priority set forth below: (1)  The amount provided for in Chapter 17 of Title 47 for the Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund; (2)  The amount provided for in Chapter 14 of Title 47 for the Superior Court Clerks' Retirement Fund of Georgia; (3)  The amount provided for in Chapter 16 of Title 47 for the Sheriffs' Retirement Fund of Georgia; (4)  The amounts provided under subparagraphs (a)(1)(A) and (a)(2)(A) of Code Section 15-21-73; (5)  The amounts provided for under subparagraphs (a)(1)(B) and (a)(2)(B) of Code Section 15-21-73; (6)  The amounts provided for in Code Section 15-21-93 for jail construction and staffing; (7)  The amount provided for in Code Section 15-21-131 for funding local victim assistance programs; (8)  The amount provided for in Code Section 36-15-9 for county law libraries; (9)  The balance of the base fine owed to the county; (10)  The amount provided for in cases of driving under the influence for purposes of the Georgia Crime Victims Emergency Fund under Code Section 15-21-112; (11)  The application fee provided for in subsection (c) or (e) of Code Section 15-21A-6; (12)  The amount provided for in cases of driving under the influence for purposes of the Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund under Code Section 15-21-149; (13)  The amount provided for in Code Section 15-21-100 for the Drug Abuse Treatment and Education Fund; (14)  The amounts provided for in subsection (d) of Code Section 42-8-34; and (15)  The amount provided for in Code Section 15-21-208 for the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Fund.

Type of charge
Fine
Fee
Who collects
State courts
Who receives
Law enforcement
Other beneficiaries

Superior Court Clerks; Jail Construction and Staffing; Local Victim Assistance Programs; County Law Libraries; Crime Victims Funds; Drug Abuse Treatment and Education.