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The Florida Statutes

The 2001 Florida Statutes

Title V
Judicial Branch
Chapter 40
Jurors And Payment Of Jurors And Witnesses
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Section 40.34, Florida Statutes 2001

40.34  Clerks to make triplicate payroll.--

(1)  The clerk of the court shall make out a payroll in triplicate for the payment of jurors and witnesses, which payroll shall contain:

(a)  The name of each juror and witness entitled to be paid with state funds;

(b)  The number of days for which such jurors and witnesses are entitled to be paid;

(c)  The number of miles traveled by each; and

(d)  The total compensation each such juror or witness is entitled to receive.

(2)  The form of such payroll shall be prescribed by the Comptroller.

(3)  Compensation paid a witness or juror shall be attested as provided in s. 40.32. The payroll shall be approved by the signature of the clerk, or his or her deputy, except for the payroll as to witnesses appearing before the state attorney, which payroll shall be approved by the signature of the state attorney or an assistant state attorney.

(4)  The clerks of the courts shall forward two copies of such payrolls to the State Courts Administrator, within 2 weeks after the last day of the quarterly fiscal period, and the State Courts Administrator shall audit such payrolls.

History.--s. 6, ch. 4121, 1893; GS 1596; s. 6, ch. 7262, 1917; RGS 2798; CGL 4484; s. 1, ch. 25091, 1949; s. 1, ch. 61-494; s. 17, ch. 79-235; s. 257, ch. 95-147; s. 21, ch. 95-312.

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