(1) The Legislature strongly encourages the courts, through their inherent powers and pursuant to this section, to impose sanctions against any person within the court’s jurisdiction who is found by a court, in a capital postconviction proceeding or appeal therefrom, to have:
(a) Abused a petition for extraordinary relief, postconviction motion, or appeal therefrom;
(b) Raised a claim that a court has found to be frivolous or procedurally barred or that should have been raised on the direct appeal;
(c) Improperly withheld evidence or testimony; or
(d) Adversely affected the orderly administration of justice.
(2) Sanctions the court may and should consider, when applicable and appropriate in a case, include, but are not limited to:
(a) Dismissal of a pleading;
(b) Disciplinary sanctions;
(c) A fine; and
(d) Any other sanction that is available to the court under its inherent powers.