Section 142.07, Florida Statutes 2003
142.07 Payrolls.--When the witness on behalf of the state appears in any case in county courts, the clerks of said courts shall make out payrolls as prescribed in the preceding section. Said payrolls shall be sworn to by said clerks and presented to the clerk of the circuit court, to be filed with the said clerk. If said clerk of the circuit court is satisfied of the correctness and legality of the payroll, he or she shall issue certificates to each witness legally and properly on said payroll for the amount due the witness in the same manner as for witnesses in the circuit court, and such certificates shall constitute the same claim against the county and be receivable for fines and forfeitures or any special tax levied for criminal costs.
History.--s. 5, ch. 4323, 1895; GS 967; RGS 1780; CGL 2831; s. 1, ch. 24306, 1947; s. 20, ch. 73-334; s. 846, ch. 95-147.