House Bill 1467
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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Compliance with restitution orders. Provides that restitution ordered in a criminal action is a final judgment and has the effect of a final judgment in a civil action. Allows a court to garnish a person's income to satisfy a restitution order. Allows a crime victim or prosecuting attorney to file a petition to garnish a person's income to satisfy a restitution order. Provides that a person is not eligible for parole, probation, earned credit time, or any funds, loans, grants, or aid that is administered or funded by the state if the person has failed to make all restitution payments and has had the opportunity to earn money while in the department of correction (DOC). Provides that if a court orders a person to make restitution and orders the person to be committed to the DOC, the DOC shall forward restitution to the individual to whom the person is ordered to make restitution if the person earns money while committed to the DOC.
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