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House Bill 1113

House Bill 1113

ARCHIVE (2005)

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DIGEST OF HB1113 (Updated April 18, 2005 3:09 pm - DI 84)

Court fees and administration. Creates the DNA sample processing fund to fund the collection, shipment, analysis and preservation of DNA samples. Adds a judicial salaries fee, court administration fee, DNA sample processing fee, and service fee to the fees collected in certain judicial proceedings. Changes the name of the judicial administration fee to the public defense administration fee and increases the fee. Increases the small claims service fee, deferred moving traffic violation fee, and deferred prosecution fee. Provides for 25% of the judicial salaries fee collected by city, town, and Marion County small claims courts to be retained by the jurisdiction in which the court operates. Provides for 100% of the service fees to be retained by the jurisdiction in which the court operates. Provides for the remainder of the fees to be distributed to the state. Allocates revenue equal to the estimated amount to be collected from the increase in the: (1) DNA sample processing fee to the DNA sample processing fund; and (2) public defense administration fee to the public defense fund. Allocate part of the revenue raised from increased fees to the judges' retirement fund. Limits the uses to which funds derived from a pretrial deferral or pretrial diversion program may be put, and requires these funds to be expended in accordance with guidelines adopted by the prosecuting attorneys council. Prohibits persons arrested or charged with operating while intoxicated or an offense involving intoxication or the operation of a motor vehicle that arose from the same episode of criminal conduct as the operating while intoxicated offense from participating in a pretrial diversion or deferral program, and prohibits deferral for certain offenses in connection with the operation of a commercial motor vehicle. Exempts certain protective order filing from foreign jurisdictions.
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