2021 Code of Alabama
Title 15 - Criminal Procedure.
Chapter 18 - Sentence and Punishment.
Article 4 - Costs and Fines.
Section 15-18-64 - Court to Retain Jurisdiction for Purposes of Collecting Court-Ordered Fines, Fees, Costs, or Restitution.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 15-18-64 (2021)

Section 15-18-64

Court to retain jurisdiction for purposes of collecting court-ordered fines, fees, costs, or restitution.

(a) In every instance, the court shall retain jurisdiction of any person who reaches the end of his or her sentence, received a termination of supervised or unsupervised parole or supervised or unsupervised probation, or in any way has completed all terms of his or her sentence or incarceration pursuant to Act 2015-185 or any other provision of law for the purposes of the enforcement of a court order related to uncollected court-ordered fines, fees, costs, or restitution, pursuant to Division 4 of Article 6 of Chapter 17 of Title 12 and Article 4A of Chapter 18 of this title.

(b) All interest, fees, or penalties prescribed by law must be attached to any unpaid sums pursuant to Division 4 of Article 6 of Chapter 17 of Title 12 and Article 4A of Chapter 18 of this title.

(Act 2015-185, §10.)

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