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Referral of certain fines, penalties, bail, forfeitures, and restitution orders to Franchise Tax Board for collection; Interest; Applicability of specified provisions

Fines, state or local penalties, bail, forfeitures, restitution fines, restitution orders, or any other amounts imposed by a juvenile or superior court of the State of California upon a person or any other entity that are due and payable in an amount totaling no less than one hundred dollars ($100), in the aggregate, for criminal offenses, including all offenses involving a violation of the Vehicle Code, and any amounts due pursuant to Section 903.1 of the Welfare and Institutions Code may, no sooner than 90 days after payment of that amount becomes delinquent, be referred by the juvenile o

Deduction and deposit of cost of comprehensive collection program; Minimum amount for inclusion; When debt is delinquent and subject to collection; Conditions

(a) Notwithstanding any other law, a county or court that operates a comprehensive collection program may deduct the costs of operating that program, excluding capital expenditures, from any revenues collected under that program. The costs shall be deducted before any distribution of revenues to other governmental entities required by any other law. A county or court operating a comprehensive collection program may establish a minimum base fee, fine, forfeiture, penalty, or assessment amount for inclusion in the program.

Jails -- Restrictions on parolee - Bond -- Restitution -- Child Support -- Supervision Fees

The board and the department may place reasonable restrictions upon a parolee which are designed to continue the parolee's rehabilitation, including limited areas of residence or community access, required participation in treatment, enhanced reporting requirements, and use of electronic monitoring or global positioning units. The board and the department may require the parolee to post a bond to assure the parolee's appearance and compliance with the conditions and restrictions of parole.

Commencement of period of revocation for driving under the influence--Reinstatement application and fee--Investigation--Restrictions imposed by court.

If a defendant is convicted under § 32-23-2, 32-23-3, 32-23-4, 32-23-4.6, or 32-23-4.7, the period of revocation shall commence on the date the driver license was surrendered to and received by the Department of Public Safety. However, the surrender to the court at the time of conviction is considered a surrender to the department.

Renewal or restoration after suspension, revocation or disqualification--Time--Application--Fee--Examination.

At the expiration of the period of revocation, suspension, or disqualification, a person may make application for license reinstatement as provided by law and shall pay a license fee of fifty dollars plus application fees pursuant to § 32-12-16; a license fee of seventy-five dollars plus application fees pursuant to § 32-12-16 if revocation of the license was a result of a conviction for a violation of § 32-23-2; a license fee of one hundred dollars plus application fees pursuant to § 32-12-16 if revocation of the license was a result of a conviction for a violation of § 32-33-18, or a second

Collection - restitution payment

No less than 50% of all moneys collected by the county probation department or other agent designated by the county commissioners of the county with the approval of the president judge of the county pursuant to subsection (b)(1) and deducted pursuant to subsection (b)(5) shall, until the satisfaction of the defendant's restitution obligation, be used to pay restitution to victims. Any remaining moneys shall be used to pay fees, costs, fines, penalties and other court-ordered obligations.

Informal request for disclosure of documents — Fees

Any informal request for disclosure of documents or records shall be made to the custodian of the record. The custodian of the record may then provide the requestor with the document or record upon payment of the actual cost of mailing or transmittal, the actual cost of reproduction, or other fee established by statute or administrative rule. A requestor that makes an informal request requiring the dedication of staff time in excess of one hour may be required to pay the cost of the staff time necessary for the location, assembly, or reproduction of the public record.

Procedure after denial of informal request

If an informal request is denied in whole or in part by the custodian of a document or record, a written request may be made by the requestor pursuant to this section:

(1) A written request may be made to the public record officer of the public entity involved. The public record officer shall promptly respond to the written request but in no event later than ten business days from receipt of the request. The public record officer shall respond to the request by:

Records open to inspection — Inspection and Copying

Except as otherwise expressly provided by statute, all citizens of this state, and all other persons interested in the examination of the public records, as defined in § 1-27-1.1, are hereby fully empowered and authorized to examine such public record, and make memoranda and abstracts therefrom during the hours the respective offices are open for the ordinary transaction of business and, unless federal copyright law otherwise provides, obtain copies of public records in accordance with this chapter.

Restitution file

Upon receipt of each order from the clerk of courts as provided in subsection (b)(3), the department of probation of the respective county or other agent designated by the county commissioners of the county with the approval of the president judge of the county shall open a restitution file for the purposes of recording the amounts of restitution deducted by the Department of Corrections or county correctional facility or collected by the department of probation or the agent designated by the county commissioners of the county with the approval of the president judge of the county