Pretrial diversion

H.E.A. 1057, P.L. 24 Effective: July 1, 2018 Provides that the initial user fee amount for a diversion agreement involving a misdemeanor is $50. Provides that the initial user fee amount for a diversion agreement involving a felony is $75. Allows a court to impose … [Read more...]

Pretrial diversion

The Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee heard HB 1057 sponsored by Sens. Boots, Bray and Young on pretrial diversion. The bill: provides that the initial user fee amount for a diversion agreement involving a misdemeanor is $50; provides that the … [Read more...]

Pretrial diversion

For amend and vote only, the House Ways and Means Committee heard HB 1057 on pretrial diversion authored by Rep. Steuerwald. The bill allows prosecutor diversion programs to charge a $75 initial fee for felony diversion cases, permit additional program fees that are … [Read more...]

Internet crimes investigation fee and fund

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard SB 68 on internet crimes investigation fee and fund authored by Sen. Crider. The bill provides the following: establishes the Internet crimes investigation fund (fund) requires the state police department (department) to … [Read more...]

Court fees

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee heard HB 1092 on court fees authored by Rep. Hatfield. The bill requires the assessment of the drug abuse interdiction fee against individuals convicted of certain legend drug offenses. Indiana Prosecuting Attorney Council … [Read more...]

Pro bono legal services fee

S.E.A. 42, P.L. 39 Effective: June 30, 2017 Postpones the current sunset provision for the pro bono legal services fee from July 1, 2017, to July 1, 2022. Makes conforming amendments. The full law is available at: … [Read more...]