§ 6-1407. Application for fees.

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§ 6-1407. Application for fees.

   Before the claim of any attorney appointed by the court is allowed in criminal and juvenile matters, such attorney shall file with the clerk, and serve upon the county attorney, a written application for fees, certified to be true and correct, stating an itemization (for interim application, a general itemization) of the services provided, time expended, and expenses incurred in the case. Counsel shall also state in the application that counsel has not received and has no contract for the payment of any compensation by such defendant or anyone in the defendant's behalf, or, if counsel has received any fee or has a contract for the payment of same, shall disclose the same fully so that the proper credit may be taken on counsel's application. If a hearing is required, the time and date of hearing shall be set by the court and notice given by court order or notice of hearing.

§ 6-1407 amended June 9, 2021, effective January 1, 2022.