Section 939.13, Florida Statutes 2001
939.13 Power of Comptroller.--The Comptroller may audit and approve or disapprove any claim or any item thereof against the state for costs, fees or expenses of criminal cases prosecuted in the name of the state, and for which the state is liable, if the Comptroller is satisfied that the same is legal, just, necessary and correct or otherwise, and may prescribe forms and methods for the same. The Comptroller shall not dispense with any of the requirements of law relative to the auditing and payment of such accounts, but may prescribe additional requirements.
History.--s. 8, ch. 3702, 1887; RS 2995; GS 4069; RGS 6173; CGL 8487; s. 1594, ch. 97-102.