To ensure that it is accurately setting up accounts and to ensure that probationers are not paying more fines and fees than are applicable, San Diego Court should include on the orders issued at sentencing the breakdown of all fines and fees owed.
San Diego Superior Court reported that the bench approved changes to the Misdemeanor Change of Plea Form, to include each fee that makes up the total domestic violence penalty. The San Diego Superior Court anticipates that the form will be printed and available for use no later than April 1, 2013.
According to San Diego Court, staff are working to amend its change-of-plea form to list each fee and fine and to include a space for the amount of each. The court expects to have the changes approved and implemented by January 2013. (See 2013-406, p. 181)
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