2009 California Penal Code - Section 1427-1465.8 :: Chapter 1. Proceedings In Misdemeanor And Infraction Cases ...

PENAL CODE
SECTION 1427-1465.8

1427.  (a) When a complaint is presented to a judge in a misdemeanor
or infraction case appearing to be triable in the judge's court, the
judge must, if satisfied therefrom that the offense complained of
has been committed and that there is reasonable ground to believe
that the defendant has committed it, issue a warrant, for the arrest
of the defendant.
   (b) Such warrant of arrest and proceedings upon it shall be in
conformity to the provisions of this code regarding warrants of
arrest, and it may be in the following form:

   County of ____
   The people of the State of California, to any peace officer in
this state:
   Complaint upon oath having been this day made before me that the
offense of ____ (designating it generally) has been committed and
accusing ____ (name of defendant) thereof you are therefore commanded
forthwith to arrest the above-named defendant and bring the
defendant forthwith before the ____ Court of ____ (stating full title
of court) at ____ (naming place).
   Witness my hand and the seal of said court this ____ day of ____,
19__.

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   If it appears that the offense complained of has been committed by
a corporation, no warrant of arrest shall issue, but the judge must
issue a summons substantially in the form prescribed in Section 1391.
Such summons must be served at the time and in the manner designated
in Section 1392 except that if the offense complained of is a
violation of the Vehicle Code or a local ordinance adopted pursuant
to the Vehicle Code, such summons may be served by deposit by the
clerk of the court in the United States mail of an envelope enclosing
the summons, which envelope shall be addressed to a person
authorized to accept service of legal process on behalf of the
defendant, and which envelope shall be mailed by registered mail or
certified mail with a return receipt requested. Promptly upon such
mailing, the clerk of the court shall execute a certificate of such
mailing and place it in the file of the court for that case. At the
time stated in the summons the corporation may appear by counsel and
answer the complaint, except that in the case of misdemeanors arising
from operation of motor vehicles, or of infractions arising from
operation of motor vehicles, a corporation may appear by its
president, vice president, secretary or managing agent for the
purpose of entering a plea of guilty. If it does not appear, a plea
of not guilty shall be entered, and the same proceedings had therein
as in other cases.

1428.  In misdemeanor and infraction cases, the clerk of the
superior court may keep a docket, instead of minutes pursuant to
Section 69844 of the Government Code and a register of actions
pursuant to Section 69845 or 69845.5 of the Government Code. In the
docket, the clerk shall enter the title of each criminal action or
proceeding and under each title all the orders and proceedings in
such action or proceeding. Wherever by any other section of this code
made applicable to such court an entry of any judgment, order or
other proceeding in the minutes or register of actions is required,
an entry thereof in the docket shall be made and shall be deemed a
sufficient entry in the minutes or register of actions for all
purposes.

1429.  In a misdemeanor case the plea of the defendant may be made
by the defendant or by the defendant's counsel. If such defendant
pleads guilty, the court may, before entering such plea or
pronouncing judgment, examine witnesses to ascertain the gravity of
the offense committed; and if it appears to the court that a higher
offense has been committed than the offense charged in the complaint,
the court may order the defendant to be committed or admitted to
bail, to answer any indictment which may be found against the
defendant by the grand jury, or any complaint which may be filed
charging the defendant with such higher offense.

1445.  When the defendant pleads guilty, or is convicted, either by
the court, or by a jury, the court shall render judgment thereon of
fine or imprisonment, or both, as the case may be.

1447.  When the defendant is acquitted in a misdemeanor or
infraction case, if the court certifies in the minutes that the
prosecution was malicious and without probable cause, the court may
order the complainant to pay the costs of the action, or to give an
undertaking to pay the costs within 30 days after the trial.

1448.  If the complainant does not pay the costs, or give an
undertaking therefor, the court may enter judgment against the
complainant for the amount of the costs, which may be enforced in the
manner provided for enforcement of money judgments generally.

1449.  In a misdemeanor or infraction case, after a plea, finding,
or verdict of guilty, or after a finding or verdict against the
defendant on a plea of former conviction or acquittal, or once in
jeopardy, the court shall appoint a time for pronouncing judgment
which shall be not less than six hours, nor more than five days,
after the verdict or plea of guilty, unless the defendant waives the
postponement. The court may extend the time for not more than 10 days
for the purpose of hearing or determining any motion for a new
trial, or in arrest of judgment. The court also may extend the time
for not more than 20 judicial days if probation is considered. Upon
request of the defendant or the probation officer, that time may be
further extended for not more than 90 additional days. In case of
postponement, the court may hold the defendant to bail to appear for
judgment. If, in the opinion of the court there is a reasonable
ground for believing a defendant insane, the court may extend the
time of pronouncing judgment and may commit the defendant to custody
until the question of insanity has been heard and determined.
   If the defendant is a veteran who was discharged from service for
mental disability, upon his or her request, his or her case shall be
referred to the probation officer, who shall secure a military
medical history of the defendant and present it to the court together
with a recommendation for or against probation.

1457.  Upon payment of the fine, the officer must discharge the
defendant, if he is not detained for any other legal cause, and pay
over the fine to the court which rendered the judgment.

1458.  The provisions of this code relative to bail are applicable
to bail in misdemeanor or infraction cases. The defendant, at any
time after arrest and before conviction, may be admitted to bail. The
undertaking of bail in such a case shall be in substantially the
following form:

   A complaint having been filed on the ____ day of ____, 19__, in
the ____ Court of ____ County of ____ (stating title and location of
court) charging ____ (naming defendant) as defendant with the crime
of ____ (designating it generally) and the defendant having been
admitted to bail in the sum of ____ dollars ($____) (stating amount);
   We, ____ and ____, of ____ (stating their places of residence and
occupation), hereby undertake that the above-named defendant will
appear and answer any charge in any accusatory pleading based upon
the acts supporting the complaint above mentioned and all duly
authorized amendments thereof, in whatever court it may be
prosecuted, and will at all times hold himself or herself amenable to
the orders and process of the court, and, if convicted, will appear
for pronouncement of judgment or grant of probation or if the
defendant fails to perform either of these conditions, that we will
pay to the people of the State of California the sum of ____ dollars
($____) (inserting the sum in which the defendant is admitted to
bail). If the forfeiture of this bond is ordered by the court,
judgment may be summarily made and entered forthwith against the said
____ (naming the sureties and the defendant if the defendant is a
party to the bond) for the amount of their respective undertakings
herein, as provided by Sections 1305 and 1306 of the California Penal
Code.

1459.  Undertakings of bail filed by admitted surety insurers shall
meet all other requirements of law and the obligation of the insurer
shall be in the following form except to the extent a different form
is otherwise provided by statute:

   ____ (stating the title and the location of the court).
   Defendant ____ (stating the name of the defendant) having been
admitted to bail in the sum of ____ dollars ($____) (stating the
amount of bail fixed) and ordered to appear in the above-entitled
court on ____, 19__ (stating the date for appearance in court), on
____ (stating only the word "misdemeanor" or the word "felony")
charge/s;
   Now, the ____ (stating the name of admitted surety insurer and
state of incorporation) hereby undertakes that the above-named
defendant will appear in the above-named court on the date above set
forth to answer any charge in any accusatory pleading based upon the
acts supporting the complaint filed against him/her and all duly
authorized amendments thereof, in whatever court it may be
prosecuted, and will at all times hold him/herself amenable to the
orders and process of the court and, if convicted, will appear for
pronouncement of judgment or grant of probation or if he/she fails to
perform either of these conditions, that the ____ (stating the name
of admitted surety insurer and state of incorporation) will pay to
the people of the State of California the sum of ____ dollars ($____)
(stating the amount of the undertaking of the admitted surety
insurer).
   If the forfeiture of this bond be ordered by the court, judgment
may be summarily made and entered forthwith against the said ____
(stating the name of admitted surety insurer and state of
incorporation) for the amount of its undertaking herein, as provided
by Sections 1305 and 1306 of the California Penal Code.

             (Stating the name of admitted surety
                          insurer and
                   state of incorporation),
                          (Signature)
           By _____________________________________
                         Attorney-in-
                             fact
                       (Corporate seal)
  (Jurat of notary public
  or
  other officer authorized
  to administer oaths.)

1462.2.  Except as otherwise provided in the Vehicle Code, the
proper court for the trial of criminal cases amounting to misdemeanor
shall be the superior court of the county within which the offense
charged was committed.
   If an action or proceeding is commenced in a court other than the
court herein designated as the proper court for the trial, the action
may, notwithstanding, be tried in the court where commenced, unless
the defendant, at the time of pleading, requests an order
transferring the action or proceeding to the proper court. If after
that request it appears that the action or proceeding was not
commenced in the proper court, the court shall order the action or
proceeding transferred to the proper court. The judge shall, at the
time of arraignment, inform the defendant of the right to be tried in
the county where the offense was committed.

1462.25.  (a) A defendant formally charged with a violation of
Vehicle Code Section 14601 in one court ("the first court"), against
whom a formal charge of a violation of Vehicle Code Section 14601 is
pending in one or more other courts, may state in writing his or her
agreement to plead guilty or nolo contendere to some or all of the
charges pending in the other courts, to waive trial or hearing in the
other courts, and to consent to disposition of the case in the first
court. The defendant's agreement is ineffective unless the district
attorney for the other county approves in writing. Upon receipt of
the defendant's agreement and the district attorney's approval, the
clerk of court in the other court shall transfer the pending matter
to the first court, and transmit the papers or certified copies. The
prosecution of each transferred matter shall proceed in the first
court as part of the case pending against the defendant there, but
shall be limited to proceedings upon the defendant's plea of guilty
or nolo contendere, and sentencing or probation. If the defendant
pleads not guilty, the clerk shall retransfer the transferred case to
the court of origin, and the prosecution shall be resumed in that
court. The defendant's statement that the defendant agreed to plead
guilty or nolo contendere shall not be used against the defendant.
   (b) The procedure specified in subdivision (a) may be used only if
the defendant is represented by counsel in the other courts, or the
defendant has expressly waived his or her right to counsel in the
other courts.
   (c) A defendant may request appointment of counsel in the other
courts by a written request. Upon receiving the defendant's written
request, the other court shall appoint counsel to represent the
defendant if he or she otherwise qualifies for appointed counsel.
   (d) The appearance of the defendant in proceedings transferred
pursuant to subdivision (a) shall not commence the running of time
limits under Section 859b, 860, 861, or 1382.

1462.5.  Each installment or partial payment of a fine, penalty,
forfeiture or fee shall be prorated among the state and local shares
according to the uniform accounting system established by the State
Controller pursuant to Section 71380 of the Government Code. In cases
subject to Section 1463.18 of the Penal Code, proration shall not
occur until the minimum amounts have been transferred to the
Restitution Fund as provided in that section.

1463.  All fines and forfeitures imposed and collected for crimes
shall be distributed in accordance with Section 1463.001.
   The following definitions shall apply to terms used in this
chapter:
   (a) "Arrest" means any law enforcement action, including issuance
of a notice to appear or notice of violation, which results in a
criminal charge.
   (b) "City" includes any city, city and county, district, including
any enterprise special district, community service district, or
community service area engaged in police protection activities as
reported to the Controller for inclusion in the 1989-90 edition of
the Financial Transactions Report Concerning Special Districts under
the heading of Police Protection and Public Safety, authority, or
other local agency (other than a county) which employs persons
authorized to make arrests or to issue notices to appear or notices
of violation which may be filed in court.
   (c) "City arrest" means an arrest by an employee of a city, or by
a California Highway Patrol officer within the limits of a city.
   (d) "County" means the county in which the arrest took place.
   (e) "County arrest" means an arrest by a California Highway Patrol
officer outside the limits of a city, or any arrest by a county
officer or by any other state officer.
   (f) "Court" means the superior court or a juvenile forum
established under Section 257 of the Welfare and Institutions Code,
in which the case arising from the arrest is filed.
   (g) "Division of moneys" means an allocation of base fine proceeds
between agencies as required by statute, including, but not limited
to, Sections 1463.003, 1463.9, 1463.23, and 1463.26 of this code,
Sections 13001, 13002, and 13003 of the Fish and Game Code, and
Section 11502 of the Health and Safety Code.
   (h) "Offense" means any infraction, misdemeanor, or felony, and
any act by a juvenile leading to an order to pay a financial sanction
by reason of the act being defined as an infraction, misdemeanor, or
felony, whether defined in this or any other code, except any
parking offense as defined in subdivision (i).
   (i) "Parking offense" means any offense charged pursuant to
Article 3 (commencing with Section 40200) of Chapter 1 of Division 17
of the Vehicle Code, including registration and equipment offenses
included on a notice of parking violation.
   (j) "Penalty allocation" means the deposit of a specified part of
moneys to offset designated processing costs, as provided by Section
1463.16 of this code and by Section 68090.8 of the Government Code.
   (k) "Total parking penalty" means the total sum to be collected
for a parking offense, whether as fine, forfeiture of bail, or
payment of penalty to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). It may
include the following components:
   (1) The base parking penalty as established pursuant to Section
40203.5 of the Vehicle Code.
   (2) The DMV fees added upon the placement of a hold pursuant to
Section 40220 of the Vehicle Code.
   (3) The surcharges required by Section 76000 of the Government
Code.
   (4) The notice penalty added to the base parking penalty when a
notice of delinquent parking violations is given.
   (l) "Total fine or forfeiture" means the total sum to be collected
upon a conviction, or the total amount of bail forfeited or
deposited as cash bail subject to forfeiture. It may include, but is
not limited to, the following components as specified for the
particular offense:
   (1) The "base fine" upon which the state penalty and additional
county penalty is calculated.
   (2) The "county penalty" required by Section 76000 of the
Government Code.
   (3) The "DNA penalty" required by Sections 76104.6 and 76104.7 of
the Government Code.
   (4) The "emergency medical services penalty" authorized by Section
76000.5 of the Government Code.
   (5) The "service charge" permitted by Section 853.7 of the Penal
Code and Section 40508.5 of the Vehicle Code.
   (6) The "special penalty" dedicated for blood alcohol analysis,
alcohol program services, traumatic brain injury research, and
similar purposes.
   (7) The "state penalty" required by Section 1464.

1463.001.  Except as otherwise provided in this section, all fines
and forfeitures imposed and collected for crimes other than parking
offenses resulting from a filing in a court shall as soon as
practicable after receipt thereof, be deposited with the county
treasurer, and each month the total fines and forfeitures which have
accumulated within the past month shall be distributed, as follows:
   (a) The state penalties, county penalties, special penalties,
service charges, and penalty allocations shall be transferred to the
proper funds as required by law.
   (b) The base fines shall be distributed, as follows:
   (1) Any base fines which are subject to specific distribution
under any other section shall be distributed to the specified funds
of the state or local agency.
   (2) Base fines resulting from county arrest not included in
paragraph (1), shall be transferred into the proper funds of the
county.
   (3) Base fines resulting from city arrests not included in
paragraph (1), an amount equal to the applicable county percentages
set forth in Section 1463.002, as modified by Section 1463.28, shall
be transferred into the proper funds of the county. Until July 1,
1998, the remainder of base fines resulting from city arrests shall
be divided between each city and county, with 50 percent deposited to
the county's general fund, and 50 percent deposited to the treasury
of the appropriate city, and thereafter the remainder of base fines
resulting from city arrests shall be deposited to the treasury of the
appropriate city.
   (4) In a county that had an agreement as of March 22, 1977, that
provides for city fines and forfeitures to accrue to the county in
exchange for sales tax receipts, base fines resulting from city
arrests not included in paragraph (1) shall be deposited into the
proper funds of the county.
   (c) Each county shall keep a record of its deposits to its
treasury and its transmittal to each city treasury pursuant to this
section.
   (d) The distribution specified in subdivision (b) applies to all
funds subject thereto distributed on or after July 1, 1992,
regardless of whether the court has elected to allocate and
distribute funds pursuant to Section 1464.8.
   (e) Any amounts remitted to the county from amounts collected by
the Franchise Tax Board upon referral by a county pursuant to Article
6 (commencing with Section 19280) of Chapter 5 of Part 10.2 of
Division 2 of the Revenue and Taxation Code shall be allocated
pursuant to this section.

1463.002.  The base fine amounts from city arrests shall be subject
to distribution according to the following schedule:

  County and city                        Percentage
  Alameda
  Alameda...............................     18
  Albany................................     29
  Berkeley..............................     19
  Emeryville............................     13
  Hayward...............................     10
  Livermore.............................      7
  Oakland...............................     22
  Piedmont..............................     44
  Pleasanton............................     17
  San Leandro...........................      9
  County percentage.....................     21
  Amador
  Amador................................     25
  Ione..................................     25
  Jackson...............................     25
  Plymouth..............................     25
  Sutter Creek..........................     25
  County percentage.....................     29
  Butte
  Biggs.................................     75
  Chico.................................     22
  Gridley...............................     49
  Oroville..............................      9
  County percentage.....................     20
  Calaveras
  Angels................................     62
  County percentage.....................     62
  Colusa
  Colusa................................     13
  Williams..............................     17
  County percentage.....................     16
  Contra Costa
  Antioch...............................     11
  Brentwood.............................     24
  Concord...............................     18
  El Cerrito............................     19
  Hercules..............................     14
  Martinez..............................     22
  Pinole................................     22
  Pittsburg.............................      5
  Richmond..............................     14
  San Pablo.............................     12
  Walnut Creek..........................     24
  County percentage.....................     14
  Del Norte
  Crescent City.........................     19
  County percentage.....................     19
  El Dorado
  Placerville...........................     14
  County percentage.....................     14
  Fresno
  Clovis................................     23
  Coalinga..............................     21
  Firebaugh.............................     16
  Fowler................................     34
  Fresno................................     26
  Huron.................................     24
  Kerman................................     14
  Kingsburg.............................     34
  Mendota...............................     11
  Orange Cove...........................     24
  Parlier...............................     21
  Reedley...............................     30
  Sanger................................     29
  San Joaquin...........................     15
  Selma.................................     14
  County percentage.....................     24
  Glenn
  Orland................................     27
  Willows...............................     36
  County percentage.....................     32
  Humboldt
  Arcata................................      9
  Blue Lake.............................     26
  Eureka................................     11
  Ferndale..............................     30
  Fortuna...............................     17
  Trinidad..............................     11
  County percentage.....................     11
  Imperial
  Brawley...............................      8
  Calexico..............................     10
  Calipatria............................     30
  El Centro.............................      5
  Holtville.............................     16
  Imperial..............................      6
  Westmorland...........................     12
  County percentage.....................      8
  Inyo
  Bishop................................     25
  County percentage.....................     25
  Kern
  Bakersfield...........................     10
  Delano................................     13
  Maricopa..............................     36
  Shafter...............................     15
  Taft..................................     19
  Tehachapi.............................     12
  Wasco.................................     28
  County percentage.....................     12
  Kings
  Corcoran..............................     31
  Hanford...............................     21
  Lemoore...............................     25
  County percentage.....................     25
  Lake
  Lakeport..............................     33
  County percentage.....................     33
  Lassen
  Susanville............................     21
  County percentage.....................     21
  Los Angeles
  Alhambra..............................     13
  Arcadia...............................     11
  Avalon................................     54
  Azusa.................................     11
  Bell..................................     11
  Beverly Hills.........................     14
  Burbank...............................     14
  Claremont.............................      5
  Compton...............................     16
  Covina................................     11
  Culver City...........................     10
  El Monte..............................     11
  El Segundo............................     11
  Gardena...............................     22
  Glendale..............................     16
  Glendora..............................     12
  Hawthorne.............................      7
  Hermosa Beach.........................     14
  Huntington Park.......................     12
  Inglewood.............................     16
  La Verne..............................     14
  Long Beach............................     14
  Los Angeles...........................      8
  Lynwood...............................      9
  Manhattan Beach.......................     13
  Maywood...............................     15
  Monrovia..............................     11
  Montebello............................     11
  Monterey Park.........................     11
  Palos Verdes Estates..................     10
  Pasadena..............................      9
  Pomona................................     12
  Redondo Beach.........................     15
  San Fernando..........................     17
  San Gabriel...........................     16
  San Marino............................      5
  Santa Monica..........................     11
  Sierra Madre..........................     11
  Signal Hill...........................     24
  South Gate............................     13
  South Pasadena........................      9
  Torrance..............................     16
  Vernon................................     25
  West Covina...........................     11
  Whittier..............................     11
  County percentage.....................     11
  Madera
  Chowchilla............................     17
  Madera................................     16
  County percentage.....................     17
  Marin
  Belvedere.............................     16
  Corte Madera..........................     12
  Fairfax...............................     30
  Larkspur..............................     30
  Mill Valley...........................     13
  Ross..................................     18
  San Anselmo...........................     11
  San Rafael............................     13
  Sausalito.............................     21
  County percentage.....................     16
  Mendocino
  Fort Bragg............................     19
  Point Arena...........................     40
  Ukiah.................................     10
  Willits...............................     24
  County percentage.....................     17
  Merced
  Atwater...............................     23
  Dos Palos.............................     21
  Gustine...............................     23
  Livingston............................     14
  Los Banos.............................     13
  Merced................................     18
  County percentage.....................     18
  Modoc
  Alturas...............................     42
  County percentage.....................     42
  Monterey
  Carmel................................     17
  Gonzales..............................     10
  Greenfield............................     13
  King City.............................     36
  Monterey..............................     13
  Pacific Grove.........................     22
  Salinas...............................     36
  Soledad...............................     16
  County percentage.....................     23
  Napa
  Calistoga.............................     37
  Napa..................................     11
  St. Helena............................     12
  County percentage.....................     14
  Nevada
  Grass Valley..........................      7
  Nevada City...........................     17
  County percentage.....................      9
  Orange
  County percentage.....................     15
  Placer
  Auburn................................     18
  Colfax................................      8
  Lincoln...............................     26
  Rocklin...............................     16
  Roseville.............................     10
  County percentage.....................     14
  Plumas
  Portola...............................     19
  County percentage.....................     19
  Riverside
  Banning...............................     35
  Beaumont..............................     15
  Blythe................................      9
  Coachella.............................     12
  Corona................................     12
  Elsinore..............................     10
  Hemet.................................     35
  Indio.................................     16
  Palm Springs..........................     35
  Perris................................     14
  Riverside.............................     16
  San Jacinto...........................     41
  County percentage.....................     35
  Sacramento
  Folsom................................     31
  Galt..................................     25
  Isleton...............................     13
  North Sacramento......................     10
  Sacramento............................     21
  County percentage.....................     26
  San Benito
  Hollister.............................      9
  San Juan Bautista.....................     28
  County percentage.....................     11
  San Bernardino
  Barstow...............................     23
  Chino.................................     14
  Colton................................     21
  Fontana...............................     15
  Needles...............................     33
  Ontario...............................     20
  Redlands..............................     28
  Rialto................................     15
  San Bernardino........................     20
  Upland................................     14
  County percentage.....................     20
  San Diego
  Carlsbad..............................      8
  Chula Vista...........................     23
  Coronado..............................     25
  Del Mar...............................      8
  El Cajon..............................     17
  Escondido.............................     16
  Imperial Beach........................      8
  La Mesa...............................     23
  Lemon Grove...........................      8
  National City.........................     14
  Oceanside.............................     15
  San Marcos............................      8
  Vista.................................      8
  San Diego.............................      6
  County percentage.....................     25
  San Joaquin
  Lodi..................................     18
  Manteca...............................      8
  Ripon.................................     11
  Stockton..............................     14
  Tracy.................................     15
  County percentage.....................     14
  San Luis Obispo
  Arroyo Grande.........................      9
  Paso Robles...........................     26
  Pismo Beach...........................      8
  San Luis Obispo.......................     21
  County percentage.....................     16
  San Mateo
  Atherton..............................     27
  Belmont...............................      7
  Burlingame............................     38
  Colma.................................     40
  Daly City.............................     24
  Hillsborough..........................     75
  Menlo Park............................     12
  Millbrae..............................     16
  Redwood City..........................     27
  San Bruno.............................     13
  San Carlos............................      8
  San Mateo.............................     42
  South San Francisco...................     12
  County percentage.....................     21
  Santa Barbara
  Guadalupe.............................     28
  Lompoc................................     16
  Santa Barbara.........................     11
  Santa Maria...........................     12
  County percentage.....................     13
  Santa Clara
  Alviso................................     75
  Campbell..............................     16
  Gilroy................................     28
  Los Altos.............................     16
  Los Gatos.............................     30
  Morgan Hill...........................     11
  Mountain View.........................     13
  Palo Alto.............................     21
  San Jose..............................     13
  Santa Clara...........................     16
  Sunnyvale.............................     26
  County percentage.....................     16
  Santa Cruz
  Capitola..............................     21
  Santa Cruz............................     23
  Watsonville...........................     21
  County percentage.....................     22
  Shasta
  Redding...............................     22
  County percentage.....................     22
  Sierra
  Loyalton..............................     75
  County percentage.....................     75
  Siskiyou
  Dorris................................     18
  Dunsmuir..............................     29
  Etna..................................     18
  Fort Jones............................     46
  Montague..............................     75
  Mount Shasta..........................     37
  Tulelake..............................     33
  Yreka.................................     30
  County percentage.....................     29
  Solano
  Benicia...............................     17
  Dixon.................................     18
  Fairfield.............................     18
  Rio Vista.............................     19
  Suisun................................      7
  Vacaville.............................     15
  Vallejo...............................     18
  County percentage.....................     19
  Sonoma
  Cloverdale............................     40
  Cotati................................     40
  Healdsburg............................     40
  Petaluma..............................     24
  Rohnert Park..........................     40
  Santa Rosa............................     40
  Sebastopol............................     40
  Sonoma................................     40
  County percentage.....................     40
  Stanislaus
  Ceres.................................     14
  Modesto...............................     15
  Newman................................     10
  Oakdale...............................     15
  Patterson.............................     20
  Riverbank.............................     18
  Turlock...............................     19
  County percentage.....................     15
  Sutter
  Live Oak..............................     17
  Yuba City.............................     17
  County percentage.....................     17
  Tehama
  Corning...............................     26
  Red Bluff.............................     39
  Tehama................................     10
  County percentage.....................     31
  Tulare
  Dinuba................................     21
  Exeter................................     23
  Lindsay...............................     24
  Porterville...........................     26
  Tulare................................     20
  Visalia...............................     17
  Woodlake..............................     15
  County percentage.....................     21
  Tuolumne
  Sonora................................     23
  County percentage.....................     23
  Ventura
  Fillmore..............................     16
  Ojai..................................     16
  Oxnard................................     16
  Port Hueneme..........................     16
  Santa Paula...........................     16
  Ventura...............................     16
  County percentage.....................     16
  Yolo
  Davis.................................     22
  Winters...............................     19
  Woodland..............................     20
  County percentage.....................     20
  Yuba
  Marysville............................     15
  Wheatland.............................     38
  County percentage.....................     15

   With respect to any city arrest from a city which is not set forth
in the above schedule, the county percentage shall apply. A county
and city therein may, by mutual agreement, adjust these percentages.
Where a county and a city have, prior to June 1, 1991, entered into
an agreement to adjust the percentage specified in this section, or
where a county and a city have entered into an agreement governing
the distribution of revenue from parking penalties, those agreements
shall remain in full force and effect until changed by mutual
agreement.

1463.004.  (a) If a sentencing judge specifies only the total fine
or forfeiture, or if an automated case-processing system requires it,
percentage calculations may be employed to establish the components
of total fines or forfeitures, provided that the aggregate monthly
distributions resulting from the calculations are the same as would
be produced by strict observance of the statutory distributions.
   (b) If a fund would receive less than one hundred dollars ($100)
in monthly distributions of total fines and forfeitures by a
particular court for at least 11 months of each year, the court may
omit that fund from the system for calculating distributions, and
shall instead apply the distribution provided for by Section
1463.001.

1463.005.  Notwithstanding Section 1463.001, in a county subject to
Section 77202.5 of the Government Code, of base fines resulting from
arrests not subject to allocation under paragraph (1) of subdivision
(b) of Section 1463.001, by a California Highway Patrol Officer on
state highways constructed as freeways within the city whereon city
police officers enforced the provisions of the Vehicle Code on April
1, 1965, 25 percent shall be deposited in the treasury of the
appropriate city, 75 percent shall be deposited in the proper funds
of the county.

1463.006.  Any money deposited with the court or with the clerk
thereof which, by order of the court or for any other reason, should
be returned, in whole or in part, to any person, or which is by law
payable to the state or to any other public agency, shall be paid to
that person or to the state or to the other public agency by warrant
of the county auditor, which shall be drawn upon the requisition of
the clerk of the court.
   All money deposited as bail which has not been claimed within one
year after the final disposition of the case in which the money was
deposited, or within one year after an order made by the court for
the return or delivery of the money to any person, shall be
apportioned between the city and the county and paid or transferred
in the manner provided by statute for the apportionment and payment
of fines and forfeitures. This paragraph controls over any
conflicting provisions of law.

1463.007.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any county or
court that implements or has implemented a comprehensive program to
identify and collect delinquent fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties,
and assessments, including, but not limited to, public defender fees,
with or without a warrant having been issued against the alleged
violator, if the base fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties, and
assessments are delinquent, may deduct and deposit in the county
treasury or in the trial court operations fund the cost of operating
that program, excluding capital expenditures, from any revenues
collected thereby prior to making any distribution of revenues to
other governmental entities required by any other provision of law.
Any county or court may establish a minimum base fee, fine,
forfeiture, penalty, or assessment amount for inclusion in the
program. This section applies to costs incurred by a court or a
county on or after June 30, 1997, and prior to the implementation of
a time payments agreement, and shall supersede any prior law to the
contrary. This section does not apply to a defendant who is paying
fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties, or assessments through time
payments, unless he or she is delinquent in making payments according
to the agreed-upon payment schedule. For purposes of this section, a
comprehensive collection program is a separate and distinct revenue
collection activity and shall include at least 10 of the following
components:
   (a) Monthly bill or account statements to all debtors.
   (b) Telephone contact with delinquent debtors to apprise them of
their failure to meet payment obligations.
   (c) Issuance of warning letters to advise delinquent debtors of an
outstanding obligation.
   (d) Requests for credit reports to assist in locating delinquent
debtors.
   (e) Access to Employment Development Department employment and
wage information.
   (f) The generation of monthly delinquent reports.
   (g) Participation in the Franchise Tax Board's Interagency
Intercept Collections Program.
   (h) The use of Department of Motor Vehicle information to locate
delinquent debtors.
   (i) The use of wage and bank account garnishments.
   (j) The imposition of liens on real property and proceeds from the
sale of real property held by a title company.
   (k) The filing of a claim or the filing of objections to the
inclusion of outstanding fines and forfeitures in bankruptcy
proceedings.
   (l) Coordination with the probation department to locate debtors
who may be on formal or informal probation.
   (m) The initiation of driver's license suspension actions where
appropriate.
   (n) The capability to accept credit card payments.
   (o) Participation in the Franchise Tax Board's Court-Ordered Debt
Collections Program.
   (p) Contracting with one or more private debt collectors.
   (q) The use of local, regional, state, or national skip tracing or
locator resources or services to locate delinquent debtors.

1463.009.  Notwithstanding Section 1463, all bail forfeitures that
are collected from any source in a case in which a defendant is
charged and convicted of a violation of Section 261, 264.1, 286, 288,
288a, 288.5, or 289, or of a violent felony as defined in
subdivision (c) of Section 667.5 or a serious felony as defined in
subdivision (c) of Section 1192.7, and that are required to be
deposited with the county treasurer shall be allocated according to
the following priority:
   (a) The county shall be reimbursed for reasonable administrative
costs for the collection of the forfeited property, the maintenance
and preservation of the property, and the distribution of the
property pursuant to this section.
   (b) Out of the remainder of the forfeited bail money, a total of
up to 50 percent shall be distributed in the amount necessary to
satisfy any civil court judgment in favor of a victim as a result of
the offense or a restitution order due to a criminal conviction to a
victim who was under 18 years of age at the time of the commission of
the offense if the defendant is convicted under Section 261, 264.1,
286, 288, 288a, 288.5, or 289, and to a victim of any age if the
defendant has been convicted of a violent felony as defined in
subdivision (c) of Section 667.5 or a serious felony as defined in
subdivision (c) of Section 1192.7.
   (c) The balance of the amount collected shall be deposited
pursuant to Section 1463.

1463.010.  The uniform imposition and enforcement of court-ordered
debts are recognized as an important element of California's judicial
system. Prompt, efficient, and effective imposition and collection
of court-ordered fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties, restitution,
and assessments ensure the appropriate respect for court orders. The
California State Association of Counties and the Administrative
Office of the Courts are jointly committed to identifying, improving,
and seeking to expand access to mechanisms and tools that will
enhance efforts to collect court-ordered debt. To provide for this
prompt, efficient, and effective collection:
   (a) The Judicial Council shall adopt guidelines for a
comprehensive program concerning the collection of moneys owed for
fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties, and assessments imposed by court
order. As part of its guidelines, the Judicial Council may establish
standard agreements for entities to provide collection services. As
part of its guidelines, the Judicial Council shall include provisions
that promote competition by and between entities in providing
collection services to courts and counties. The Judicial Council may
delegate to the Administrative Director of the Courts the
implementation of the aspects of this program to be carried out at
the state level.
   (b) The courts and counties shall maintain the collection program
that was in place on January 1, 1996, unless otherwise agreed to in
writing by the court and county. The program may wholly or partially
be staffed and operated within the court itself, may be wholly or
partially staffed and operated by the county, or may be wholly or
partially contracted with a third party. In carrying out this
collection program, each superior court and county shall develop a
cooperative plan to implement the Judicial Council guidelines. In the
event that a court and a county are unwilling or unable to enter
into a cooperative plan pursuant to this section, prior to the
arbitration procedures required by subdivision (e) of Section 1214.1,
the court or the county may request the continuation of negotiations
with mediation assistance as mutually agreed upon and provided by
the Administrative Director of the Courts and the California State
Association of Counties.
   (c) The Judicial Council shall develop performance measures and
benchmarks to review the effectiveness of the cooperative superior
court and county collection programs operating pursuant to this
section. Each superior court and county shall jointly report to the
Judicial Council, as provided by the Judicial Council, information
requested in a reporting template on or before September 1, 2009, and
annually thereafter. The Judicial Council shall report to the
Legislature on December 31, 2009, and annually thereafter, on all of
the following:
   (1) The extent to which each court or county is following best
practices for its collection program.
   (2) The performance of each collection program.
   (3) Any changes necessary to improve performance of collection
programs statewide.
   (d) The Judicial Council may, when the efficiency and
effectiveness of the collection process may be improved, facilitate a
joint collection program between superior courts, between counties,
or between superior courts and counties.
   (e) The Judicial Council may establish, by court rule, a program
providing for the suspension and nonrenewal of a business and
professional license if the holder of the license has unpaid fees,
fines, forfeitures, penalties, and assessments imposed upon them
under a court order. The Judicial Council may provide that some or
all of the superior courts or counties participate in the program.
Any program established by the Judicial Council shall ensure that the
licensee receives adequate and appropriate notice of the proposed
suspension or nonrenewal of his or her license and has an opportunity
to contest the suspension or nonrenewal. The opportunity to contest
may not require a court hearing.
   (f) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Judicial
Council, after consultation with the Franchise Tax Board with respect
to collections under Section 19280 of the Revenue and Taxation Code,
may provide for an amnesty program involving the collection of
outstanding fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties, and assessments,
applicable either statewide or within one or more counties. The
amnesty program shall provide that some or all of the interest or
collections costs imposed on outstanding fees, fines, forfeitures,
penalties, and assessments may be waived if the remaining amounts due
are paid within the amnesty period.

1463.02.  (a) On or after July 1, 2009, the Judicial Council shall
establish a task force to evaluate criminal and traffic-related
court-ordered debts imposed against adult and juvenile offenders. The
task force shall be comprised of the following members:
   (1) Two members appointed by the California State Association of
Counties.
   (2) Two members appointed by the League of California Cities.
   (3) Two court executives, two judges, and two Administrative
Office of the Courts employees appointed by the Judicial Council.
   (4) One member appointed by the Controller.
   (5) One member appointed by the Franchise Tax Board.
   (6) One member appointed by the California Victim Compensation and
Government Claims Board.
   (7) One member appointed by the Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation.
   (8) One member appointed by the Department of Finance.
   (9) One member appointed by each house of the Legislature.
   (b) The Judicial Council shall designate a chairperson for the
task force. The task force shall, among other duties, do all of the
following:
   (1) Identify all criminal and traffic-related court-ordered fees,
fines, forfeitures, penalties, and assessments imposed under law.
   (2) Identify the distribution of revenue derived from those debts.
   (3) Consult with state and local entities that would be affected
by a simplification and consolidation of criminal and traffic-related
court-ordered debts.
   (4) Evaluate and make recommendations to the Judicial Council for
consolidating and simplifying the imposition of criminal and
traffic-related court-ordered debts and the distribution of the
revenue derived from those debts with the goal of improving the
process for those entities that benefit from the revenues, but with
no intention of redistributing funds in a way that will have a
detrimental effect on those entities.
   (c) The task force also shall document recent annual revenues from
the various penalty assessments and surcharges and, to the extent
feasible, evaluate the extent to which the amount of each penalty
assessment and surcharge impacts total annual revenues and the actual
amounts assessed.
   (d) The task force also shall evaluate and make recommendations to
the Judicial Council on or before June 30, 2010, regarding the
priority in which court-ordered debts should be satisfied and the use
of comprehensive collection programs authorized pursuant to Section
1463.007, including associated cost-recovery practices.

1463.04.  Notwithstanding Section 1463, out of the moneys deposited
with the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, there shall be
transferred once a month into the State Treasury to the credit of the
Winter Recreation Fund an amount equal to 50 percent of all fines
and forfeitures collected during the preceding month upon conviction
or upon the forfeiture of bail from any person of any violation of
Section 5091.15 of the Public Resources Code, and an amount equal to
the remaining 50 percent shall be transferred to the county general
fund and deposited in a special account which shall be used
exclusively to pay for the cost of furthering the purposes of the
California SNO-PARK Permit Program, including, but not limited to,
the snow removal, maintenance, and development of designated parking
areas.

1463.07.  An administrative screening fee of twenty-five dollars
($25) shall be collected from each person arrested and released on
his or her own recognizance upon conviction of any criminal offense
related to the arrest other than an infraction. A citation processing
fee in the amount of ten dollars ($10) shall be collected from each
person cited and released by any peace officer in the field or at a
jail facility upon conviction of any criminal offense, other than an
infraction, related to the criminal offense cited in the notice to
appear. However, the court may determine a lesser fee than otherwise
provided in this subdivision upon a showing that the defendant is
unable to pay the full amount. All fees collected pursuant to this
subdivision shall be deposited by the county auditor in the general
fund of the county. This subdivision applies only to convictions
occurring on or after the effective date of the act adding this
subdivision.

1463.1.  Notwithstanding any other provisions of law except Section
77009 of the Government Code, any trial court may elect, with prior
approval of the Administrative Director of the Courts, to deposit in
a bank account pursuant to Section 53679 of the Government Code, all
moneys deposited as bail with the court, or with the clerk thereof.
   All moneys received and disbursed through the bank account shall
be properly and uniformly accounted for under any procedures the
Controller may deem necessary. The Judicial Council may regulate the
bank accounts, provided that its regulations are not inconsistent
with those of the Controller.

1463.5.  The distribution of funds required pursuant to Section
1463, and the distribution of assessments imposed and collected under
Section 1464 and Section 42006 of the Vehicle Code, may be
determined and made upon the basis of probability sampling. The
sampling shall be procedural in nature and shall not substantively
modify the distributions required pursuant to Sections 1463 and 1464
and Section 42006 of the Vehicle Code. The procedure for the sampling
shall be prescribed by the county auditor and the procedure and its
implementation shall be approved by the board of supervisors and a
majority of the cities within a county. The reasonableness of the
distribution shall be verified during the audit performed pursuant to
Section 71383 of the Government Code.

1463.7.  Funds transferred to the Regents of the University of
California pursuant to Section 1462.3 may not be utilized to purchase
land or to construct any parking facility. These funds shall be
utilized for the development, enhancement, and operation of alternate
methods of transportation of students and employees of the
University of California and for the mitigation of the impact of
off-campus student and employee parking in university communities.

1463.9.  Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1463, 50 percent
of all fines and forfeitures collected upon conviction, or upon
forfeiture of bail, for violations of Section 13002 of the Health and
Safety Code, Sections 23111 and 23112, and subdivision (a) of
Section 23113 of the Vehicle Code, and Section 374.3 of this code
shall be kept separate and apart from any other fines and
forfeitures. These fines and forfeitures shall, as soon as
practicable after their receipt, be deposited with the county
treasurer of the county in which the court is situated and shall be
distributed as prescribed in Section 1463, except that the money
distributed to any county or city shall be expended only for litter
cleanup activities within that city or county.

1463.10.  Notwithstanding Section 1463, fines and forfeitures which
are collected for a conviction of a violation of Section 11366.7 of
the Health and Safety Code and which are required to be deposited
with the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463 shall be allocated
as follows:
   (a) To reimburse any local agency for the reasonable costs of the
removal and disposal, or storage, of any chemical or drug, or any
laboratory apparatus or device, sold by a person convicted under
Section 11366.7 of the Health and Safety Code.
   (b) The balance of the amount collected, if any, shall be
deposited by the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463.

1463.11.  Notwithstanding Sections 1463 and 1464 of this code and
Section 76000 of the Government Code, moneys that are collected for a
violation of subdivision (a) or (c) of Section 21453 of, subdivision
(c) of Section 21454 of, or subdivision (a) of Section 21457 of, the
Vehicle Code, and which are required to be deposited with the county
treasurer pursuant to Section 1463 of this code shall be allocated
as follows:
   (a) The first 30 percent of the amount collected shall be
allocated to the general fund of the city or county in which the
offense occurred.
   (b) The balance of the amount collected shall be deposited by the
county treasurer under Sections 1463 and 1464.

1463.12.  Notwithstanding Sections 1463 and 1464 of this code and
Section 76000 of the Government Code, moneys that are collected for a
violation of subdivision (c) of Section 21752 or Section 22450 of
the Vehicle Code, involving railroad grade crossings, or Section
22451, 22452, or subdivision (c) of Section 22526 of the Vehicle
Code, and that are required to be deposited with the county treasurer
pursuant to Section 1463 of this code shall be allocated as follows:
   (a) If the offense occurred in an area where a transit district or
transportation commission or authority established under Division 12
(commencing with Section 130000) of the Public Utilities Code
provides rail transportation, the first 30 percent of the amount
collected shall be allocated to the general fund of that transit
district or transportation commission or authority to be used only
for public safety and public education purposes relating to railroad
grade crossings.
   (b) If there is no transit district or transportation commission
or authority providing rail transportation in the area where the
offense occurred, the first 30 percent of the amount collected shall
be allocated to the general fund of the county in which the offense
occurred, to be used only for public safety and public education
purposes relating to railroad grade crossings.
   (c) The balance of the amount collected shall be deposited by the
county treasurer under Section 1463.
   (d) A transit district, transportation commission or authority, or
a county that is allocated funds pursuant to subdivision (a) or (b)
shall provide public safety and public education relating to railroad
grade crossings only to the extent that those purposes are funded by
the allocations provided pursuant to subdivision (a) or (b).

1463.13.  (a) Each county may develop, implement, operate, and
administer an alcohol and drug problem assessment program for persons
convicted of a crime in which the court finds that alcohol or
substance abuse was substantially involved in the commission of the
crime. This program may be operated in coordination with the program
developed under Article 6 (commencing with Section 23645) of Chapter
4 of Division 11.5 of the Vehicle Code.
   (1) A portion of any program established pursuant to this section
shall include a face-to-face interview with each program participant.
   (2) No person convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol
or a controlled substance or a related offense shall participate in
any program established pursuant to this section.
   (b) An alcohol and drug problem assessment report shall be made on
each person who participates in the program. The report may be used
to determine the appropriate sentence for the person. The report
shall be submitted to the court within 14 days of the completion of
the assessment.
   (c) In any county in which the county operates an alcohol and drug
problem assessment program under this section, a court may order any
person convicted of a crime that involved the use of drugs or
alcohol, including any person who is found to have been under the
influence of drugs or alcohol during the commission of the crime, to
participate in the assessment program.
   (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in addition to any
other fine or penalty assessment, there shall be levied an
assessment of not more than one hundred fifty dollars ($150) upon
every fine, penalty, or forfeiture imposed and collected by the
courts for a public offense wherein the court orders the offender to
participate in a county alcohol and drug problem assessment program.
The assessment shall only be levied in a county upon the adoption of
a resolution by the board of supervisors of the county making that
county subject to this section.
   (e) The court shall determine if the defendant has the ability to
pay the assessment. If the court determines that the defendant has
the ability to pay the assessment then the court may set the amount
to be reimbursed and order the defendant to pay that sum to the
county in the manner which the court determines is reasonable and
compatible with the defendant's financial ability. In making a
determination of whether a defendant has the ability to pay, the
court shall take into account the amount of any fine imposed upon the
defendant and any amount the defendant has been ordered to pay in
victim restitution.
   (f) Notwithstanding Section 1463 or 1464 of the Penal Code or any
other provision of law, all moneys collected pursuant to this section
shall be deposited in a special account in the county treasury and
shall be used exclusively to pay for the costs of developing,
implementing, operating, maintaining, and evaluating alcohol and drug
problem assessment and monitoring programs.
   (g) On January 15 of each year, the treasurer of each county that
administers an alcohol and drug problem assessment and monitoring
program shall determine those moneys in the special account which
were not expended during the preceding fiscal year, and shall
transfer those moneys to the general fund of the county.

1463.14.  (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1463, of the
moneys deposited with the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463,
fifty dollars ($50) of each fine collected for each conviction of a
violation of Section 23103, 23104, 23105, 23152, or 23153 of the
Vehicle Code shall be deposited in a special account that shall be
used exclusively to pay for the cost of performing for the county, or
a city or special district within the county, analysis of blood,
breath or urine for alcohol content or for the presence of drugs, or
for services related to that testing. The sum shall not exceed the
reasonable cost of providing the services for which the sum is
intended.
   On November 1 of each year, the treasurer of each county shall
determine those moneys in the special account that were not expended
during the preceding fiscal year, and shall transfer those moneys
into the general fund of the county. The board of supervisors may, by
resolution, assign the treasurer's duty to determine the amount of
money that was not expended to the auditor or another county officer.
The county may retain an amount of that money equal to its
administrative cost incurred pursuant to this section, and shall
distribute the remainder pursuant to Section 1463. If the account
becomes exhausted, the public entity ordering a test performed
pursuant to this subdivision shall bear the costs of the test.
   (b) The board of supervisors of a county may, by resolution,
authorize an additional penalty upon each defendant convicted of a
violation of Section 23152 or 23153 of the Vehicle Code, of an amount
equal to the cost of testing for alcohol content, less the fifty
dollars ($50) deposited as provided in subdivision (a). The
additional penalty authorized by this subdivision shall be imposed
only in those instances where the defendant has the ability to pay,
but in no case shall the defendant be ordered to pay a penalty in
excess of fifty dollars ($50). The penalty authorized shall be
deposited directly with the county, or city or special district
within the county, that performed the test, in the special account
described in subdivision (a), and shall not be the basis for an
additional assessment pursuant to Section 1464, or Chapter 12
(commencing with Section 76010) of Title 8 of the Government Code.
   For purposes of this subdivision, "ability to pay" means the
overall capability of the defendant to pay the additional penalty
authorized by this subdivision, taking into consideration all of the
following:
   (1) Present financial obligations, including family support
obligations, and fines, penalties, and other obligations to the
court.
   (2) Reasonably discernible future financial position over the next
12 months.
   (3) Any other factor or factors that may bear upon the defendant's
financial ability to pay the additional penalty.
   (c) The Department of Justice shall promulgate rules and
regulations to implement the provisions of this section.

1463.15.  Notwithstanding Section 1463, if a county board of
supervisors establishes a combined vehicle inspection and sobriety
checkpoint program under Section 2814.1 of the Vehicle Code,
thirty-five dollars ($35) of the money deposited with the county
treasurer under Section 1463.001 and collected from each fine and
forfeiture imposed under subdivision (b) of Section 42001.2 of the
Vehicle Code shall be deposited in a special account to be used
exclusively to pay the cost incurred by the county for establishing
and conducting the combined vehicle inspection and sobriety
checkpoint program. The money allocated to pay the cost incurred by
the county for establishing and conducting the combined checkpoint
program pursuant to this section may only be deposited in the special
account after a fine imposed pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section
42001.2, and any penalty assessment thereon, has been collected.

1463.16.  (a) Notwithstanding Section 1203.1 or 1463, fifty dollars
($50) of each fine collected for each conviction of a violation of
Section 23103, 23104, 23105, 23152, or 23153 of the Vehicle Code
shall be deposited with the county treasurer in a special account for
exclusive allocation by the county for the county's alcoholism
program, with approval of the board of supervisors, for alcohol
programs and services for the general population. These funds shall
be allocated through the local planning process pursuant to specific
provision in the county alcohol program plan that is submitted to the
State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Programs shall be
certified by the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs or have made
application for certification to be eligible for funding under this
section. The county shall implement the intent and procedures of
subdivision (b) of Section 11812 of the Health and Safety Code while
distributing funds under this section.
   (b) In a county of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 15th, 19th, 20th, or 24th
class, notwithstanding Section 1463, of the moneys deposited with the
county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, fifty dollars ($50) for
each conviction of a violation of Section 23103, 23104, 23105, 23152,
or 23153 of the Vehicle Code shall be deposited in a special account
for exclusive allocation by the administrator of the county's
alcoholism program, with approval of the board of supervisors, for
alcohol programs and services for the general population. These funds
shall be allocated through the local planning process pursuant to a
specific provision in the county plan that is submitted to the State
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. For those services for which
standards have been developed and certification is available,
programs shall be certified by the State Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs or shall apply for certification to be eligible for
funding under this section. The county alcohol administrator shall
implement the intent and procedures of subdivision (b) of Section
11812 of the Health and Safety Code while distributing funds under
this section.
   (c) The Board of Supervisors of Contra Costa County may, by
resolution, authorize the imposition of a fifty dollar ($50)
assessment by the court upon each defendant convicted of a violation
of Section 23152 or 23153 of the Vehicle Code for deposit in the
account from which the fifty dollar ($50) distribution specified in
subdivision (a) is deducted.
   (d) It is the specific intent of the Legislature that funds
expended under this part shall be used for ongoing alcoholism program
services as well as for contracts with private nonprofit
organizations to upgrade facilities to meet state certification and
state licensing standards and federal nondiscrimination regulations
relating to accessibility for handicapped persons.
   (e) Counties may retain up to 5 percent of the funds collected to
offset administrative costs of collection and disbursement.

1463.17.  (a) In a county of the 19th class, notwithstanding any
other provision of this chapter, of the moneys deposited with the
county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, fifty dollars ($50) for
each conviction of a violation of Section 23103, 23104, 23105, 23152,
or 23153 of the Vehicle Code shall be deposited in a special account
to be used exclusively to pay the cost incurred by the county or a
city or special district within the county, with approval of the
board of supervisors, for performing analysis of blood, breath, or
urine for alcohol content or for the presence of drugs, or for
services related to the testing.
   (b) The application of this section shall not reduce the county's
remittance to the state specified in paragraph (2) of subdivision (b)
of Section 77201, paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section
77201.1, and paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 77201.3 of
the Government Code.

1463.18.  (a) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 1463, moneys
which are collected for a conviction of a violation of Section 23152
or 23153 of the Vehicle Code and which are required to be deposited
with the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463 shall be allocated
as follows:
   (1) The first twenty dollars ($20) of any amount collected for a
conviction shall be transferred to the Restitution Fund. This amount
shall be aggregated by the county treasurer and transferred to the
State Treasury once per month for deposit in the Restitution Fund.
   (2) The balance of the amount collected, if any, shall be
deposited by the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463.
   (b) The amount transferred to the Restitution Fund pursuant to
this section shall be in addition to any amount of any additional
fine or assessment imposed pursuant to Sections 1202.4 and 1203.04,
as operative on or before August 3, 1995, or Section 13967, as
operative on or before September 28, 1994, of the Government Code.
The amount deposited to the Restitution Fund pursuant to this section
shall be used for the purpose of indemnification of victims pursuant
to Section 13965 of the Government Code, with priority given to
victims of alcohol-related traffic offenses.

1463.20.  Notwithstanding any other law, fifty dollars ($50) of
every parking penalty received by a local entity pursuant to Section
42001.5 of the Vehicle Code may be deposited by the treasurer of the
local entity in a special account to be used by the local entity for
the sole purposes of altering existing public facilities to make them
accessible to persons with disabilities in compliance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12101, et
seq.), and federal regulations adopted pursuant to that act, and
covering the actual administrative cost of setting aside fifty
dollars ($50) of every parking penalty received pursuant to Section
42001.5 of the Vehicle Code for that purpose.

1463.22.  (a) Notwithstanding Section 1463, of the moneys deposited
with the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, seventeen dollars
and fifty cents ($17.50) for each conviction of a violation of
Section 16028 of the Vehicle Code shall be deposited by the county
treasurer in a special account and allocated to defray costs of
municipal and superior courts incurred in administering Sections
16028, 16030, and 16031 of the Vehicle Code. Any moneys in the
special account in excess of the amount required to defray those
costs shall be redeposited and distributed by the county treasurer
pursuant to Section 1463.
   (b) Notwithstanding Section 1463, of the moneys deposited with the
county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, three dollars ($3) for
each conviction for a violation of Section 16028 of the Vehicle Code
shall be initially deposited by the county treasurer in a special
account, and shall be transmitted once per month to the Controller
for deposit in the Motor Vehicle Account in the State Transportation
Fund. These moneys shall be available, when appropriated, to defray
the administrative costs incurred by the Department of Motor Vehicles
pursuant to Sections 16031, 16032, 16034, and 16035 of the Vehicle
Code. It is the intent of this subdivision to provide sufficient
revenues to pay for all of the department's costs in administering
those sections of the Vehicle Code.
   (c) Notwithstanding Section 1463, of the moneys deposited with the
county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, ten dollars ($10) upon
the conviction of, or upon the forfeiture of bail from, any person
arrested or notified for a violation of Section 16028 of the Vehicle
Code shall be deposited by the county treasurer in a special account
and shall be transmitted monthly to the Controller for deposit in the
General Fund.

1463.23.  Notwithstanding Section 1463, out of the moneys deposited
with the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, fifty dollars
($50) of each fine imposed pursuant to Section 4383 of the Business
and Professions Code, subdivision (c) of Section 11350, subdivision
(c) of Section 11377, or subdivision (b) of Section 11550 of the
Health and Safety Code or subdivision (b) of Section 264, subdivision
(m) of Section 286, subdivision (m) of Section 288a or Section
647.1, shall be deposited in a special account in the county treasury
which shall be used exclusively to pay for the reasonable costs of
establishing and providing for the county, or any city within the
county, an AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) education
program under the direction of the county health department, in
accordance with Chapter 2.71 (commencing with Section 1001.10) of
Title 6, and for the costs of collecting and administering funds
received for purposes of this section.

1463.25.  Notwithstanding Section 1203.1 or 1463, and in addition to
any allocation under Section 1463.16, the moneys from alcohol abuse
education and prevention penalty assessments collected pursuant to
Section 23196 of the Vehicle Code shall be initially deposited by the
county treasurer in a special county alcohol abuse and prevention
fund for exclusive allocation by the county alcohol program
administrator, subject to the approval of the board of supervisors,
for the county's alcohol abuse education and prevention program
pursuant to Section 11802 of the Health and Safety Code.
   A county shall not use more than 5 percent of the funds deposited
in the special account for administrative costs.

1463.26.  Notwithstanding Section 1463, out of moneys deposited with
the county treasurer pursuant to Section 1463, there shall be
transferred, once a month, to the traffic fund of the city, an amount
equal to one-third of all fines and forfeitures collected during the
preceding month upon the conviction of, or upon the forfeiture of
bail by, any person charged with a violation of Section 21655.5 or
21655.8 of the Vehicle Code within that city, and an amount equal to
one-third of those fines and forfeitures shall be transferred into
the general fund of the county, and an amount equal to one-third of
those fines and forfeitures shall be transferred to the agency whose
approval is required for high-occupancy vehicle lanes on state
highways pursuant to Section 21655.6 of the Vehicle Code. If the
arrest for a violation of either Section 21655.5 or 21655.8 of the
Vehicle Code was not within a city, then 50 percent of the fines and
forfeitures shall be transferred to the general fund of the county
and 50 percent shall be transferred to the agency having authority to
approve high-occupancy vehicle lanes pursuant to Section 21655.6 of
the Vehicle Code. Money received by the agency having the authority
to approve high-occupancy vehicle lanes pursuant to Section 21655.6
of the Vehicle Code shall be used by that agency for the purposes of
improving traffic flow and traffic operations upon the state highway
system within the jurisdiction of that agency. In counties where
there exists a county transportation commission created pursuant to
Division 12 (commencing with Section 130000) of the Public Utilities
Code, that commission is the agency for purposes of this section.

1463.27.  (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in
addition to any other fine or penalty assessment, the board of
supervisors of a county may, by resolution, authorize a fee of not
more than two hundred fifty dollars ($250) upon every fine, penalty,
or forfeiture imposed and collected by the courts for a crime of
domestic violence specified in paragraph (1) of subdivision (e) of
Section 243 and in Section 273.5. Notwithstanding Section 1463 or
1464, money collected pursuant to this section shall be used to fund
domestic violence prevention programs that focus on assisting
immigrants, refugees, or persons who live in a rural community.
Counties with existing domestic violence prevention programs that
assist those persons may direct funds to those programs.
   (b) The court shall determine if the defendant has the ability to
pay the fee imposed under this section. In making that determination,
the court shall take into account the total amount of fines and
restitution that the defendant is subject to, and may waive payment
of this additional fee.
   (c) The court shall deposit the moneys collected pursuant to this
section in a fund designated by the board of supervisors, to be used
as specified in subdivision (a).

1463.28.  (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for each
option county, as defined by Section 77004 of the Government Code,
which has adopted the resolution specified in subdivision (b), that
portion of fines and forfeitures, whether collected by the courts or
by other processing agencies, which are attributable to an increase
in the bail amounts adopted subsequent to the resolution pursuant to
subdivision (c) of Section 1269b which would otherwise be divided
between the county and cities within the county shall be deposited
into the county general fund up to the annual limit listed in
subdivision (b) for that county. Fine and forfeiture increments which
exceed the specified annual limit shall be divided between the
county and the cities within the county as otherwise provided by law.
The scheduled bail amounts in such a county may exceed the bail
amounts established by the Judicial Council pursuant to subdivision
(c) of Section 1269b.
   (b) The counties which may adopt a resolution directing that
future increments in fines and forfeitures as specified in
subdivision (a) be deposited in the county general fund and the
annual limit applicable to those counties is as follows:

  County                                Annual Limit
  Alpine...........................       $  300,000
  Amador...........................          200,000
  Butte............................          900,000
  Calaveras........................          300,000
  Contra Costa.....................          100,000
  Del Norte........................          200,000
  Fresno...........................          700,000
  Humboldt.........................          200,000
  Kings............................          300,000
  Lake.............................          400,000
  Lassen...........................          200,000
  Los Angeles......................       15,000,000
  Madera...........................          600,000
  Mariposa.........................          200,000
  Mendocino........................          600,000
  Modoc............................          200,000
  Mono.............................          200,000
  Plumas...........................          200,000
  San Benito.......................          300,000
  San Diego........................        5,200,000
  San Joaquin......................        1,000,000
  Santa Clara......................        3,200,000
  Sierra...........................          300,000
  Stanislaus.......................        1,900,000
  Sutter...........................          800,000
  Trinity..........................          200,000
  Tulare...........................        2,000,000
  Tuolumne.........................          400,000
  Yolo.............................          700,000
  Yuba.............................          900,000

   (c) Except as provided in Sections 40200.3 and 40200.4 of the
Vehicle Code, this section does not apply to the collection of
parking penalties.

1464.  (a) (1) Subject to Chapter 12 (commencing with Section 76000)
of Title 8 of the Government Code, and except as otherwise provided
in this section, there shall be levied a state penalty in the amount
of ten dollars ($10) for every ten dollars ($10), or part of ten
dollars ($10), upon every fine, penalty, or forfeiture imposed and
collected by the courts for all criminal offenses, including all
offenses, except parking offenses as defined in subdivision (i) of
Section 1463, involving a violation of a section of the Vehicle Code
or any local ordinance adopted pursuant to the Vehicle Code.
   (2) Any bail schedule adopted pursuant to Section 1269b or bail
schedule adopted by the Judicial Council pursuant to Section 40310 of
the Vehicle Code may include the necessary amount to pay the
penalties established by this section and Chapter 12 (commencing with
Section 76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code, and the surcharge
authorized by Section 1465.7, for all matters where a personal
appearance is not mandatory and the bail is posted primarily to
guarantee payment of the fine.
   (3) The penalty imposed by this section does not apply to the
following:
   (A) Any restitution fine.
   (B) Any penalty authorized by Chapter 12 (commencing with Section
76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code.
   (C) Any parking offense subject to Article 3 (commencing with
Section 40200) of Chapter 1 of Division 17 of the Vehicle Code.
   (D) The state surcharge authorized by Section 1465.7.
   (b) Where multiple offenses are involved, the state penalty shall
be based upon the total fine or bail for each case. When a fine is
suspended, in whole or in part, the state penalty shall be reduced in
proportion to the suspension.
   (c) When any deposited bail is made for an offense to which this
section applies, and for which a court appearance is not mandatory,
the person making the deposit shall also deposit a sufficient amount
to include the state penalty prescribed by this section for forfeited
bail. If bail is returned, the state penalty paid thereon pursuant
to this section shall also be returned.
   (d) In any case where a person convicted of any offense, to which
this section applies, is in prison until the fine is satisfied, the
judge may waive all or any part of the state penalty, the payment of
which would work a hardship on the person convicted or his or her
immediate family.
   (e) After a determination by the court of the amount due, the
clerk of the court shall collect the penalty and transmit it to the
county treasury. The portion thereof attributable to Chapter 12
(commencing with Section 76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code
shall be deposited in the appropriate county fund and 70 percent of
the balance shall then be transmitted to the State Treasury, to be
deposited in the State Penalty Fund, which is hereby created, and 30
percent to remain on deposit in the county general fund. The
transmission to the State Treasury shall be carried out in the same
manner as fines collected for the state by a county.
   (f) The moneys so deposited in the State Penalty Fund shall be
distributed as follows:
   (1) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Fish and Game
Preservation Fund an amount equal to 0.33 percent of the state
penalty funds deposited in the State Penalty Fund during the
preceding month, except that the total amount shall not be less than
the state penalty levied on fines or forfeitures for violation of
state laws relating to the protection or propagation of fish and
game. These moneys shall be used for the education or training of
department employees which fulfills a need consistent with the
objectives of the Department of Fish and Game.
   (2) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Restitution
Fund an amount equal to 32.02 percent of the state penalty funds
deposited in the State Penalty Fund during the preceding month. Those
funds shall be made available in accordance with Section 13967 of
the Government Code.
   (3) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Peace
Officers' Training Fund an amount equal to 23.99 percent of the state
penalty funds deposited in the State Penalty Fund during the
preceding month.
   (4) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Driver
Training Penalty Assessment Fund an amount equal to 25.70 percent of
the state penalty funds deposited in the State Penalty Fund during
the preceding month.
   (5) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Corrections
Training Fund an amount equal to 7.88 percent of the state penalty
funds deposited in the State Penalty Fund during the preceding month.
Money in the Corrections Training Fund is not continuously
appropriated and shall be appropriated in the Budget Act.
   (6) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Local Public
Prosecutors and Public Defenders Training Fund established pursuant
to Section 11503 an amount equal to 0.78 percent of the state penalty
funds deposited in the State Penalty Fund during the preceding
month. The amount so transferred shall not exceed the sum of eight
hundred fifty thousand dollars ($850,000) in any fiscal year. The
remainder in excess of eight hundred fifty thousand dollars
($850,000) shall be transferred to the Restitution Fund.
   (7) Once a month there shall be transferred into the
Victim-Witness Assistance Fund an amount equal to 8.64 percent of the
state penalty funds deposited in the State Penalty Fund during the
preceding month.
   (8) (A) Once a month there shall be transferred into the Traumatic
Brain Injury Fund, created pursuant to Section 4358 of the Welfare
and Institutions Code, an amount equal to 0.66 percent of the state
penalty funds deposited into the State Penalty Fund during the
preceding month. However, the amount of funds transferred into the
Traumatic Brain Injury Fund for the 1996-97 fiscal year shall not
exceed the amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
Thereafter, funds shall be transferred pursuant to the requirements
of this section. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
funds transferred into the Traumatic Brain Injury Fund for the
1997-98, 1998-99, and 1999-2000 fiscal years, may be expended by the
State Department of Mental Health, in the current fiscal year or a
subsequent fiscal year, to provide additional funding to the existing
projects funded by the Traumatic Brain Injury Fund, to support new
projects, or to do both.
   (B) Any moneys deposited in the State Penalty Fund attributable to
the assessments made pursuant to subdivision (i) of Section 27315 of
the Vehicle Code on or after the date that Chapter 6.6 (commencing
with Section 5564) of Part 1 of Division 5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code is repealed shall be utilized in accordance with
paragraphs (1) to (8), inclusive, of this subdivision.

1464.05.  Wherever the word "assessment" appears in any reference to
Section 1464 in any law or regulation with regard to a fine,
penalty, or bail forfeiture, it shall be deemed to refer to the
penalty, state penalty, or additional penalty required by Section
1464.

1464.2.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an amount of
not more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars ($250,000) per
fiscal year of the moneys otherwise required to be deposited in the
State Penalty Fund under subdivision (e) of Section 1464 shall be
available, upon appropriation, for the exclusive trust purposes
authorized under Article 2 (commencing with Section 2930) of Chapter
5 of Division 2 of the Vehicle Code.

1464.8.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, when an
allocation and distribution of any fine, forfeiture, penalty, fee, or
assessment collected in any criminal case is made, including, but
not limited to, moneys collected pursuant to this chapter, Section
13003 of the Fish and Game Code, Chapter 12 (commencing with Section
76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code, and Sections 11372.5 and
11502 of the Health and Safety Code, the allocation and distribution
of any payment may be based upon the law in effect during the
accounting period when the payment is made.

1465.5.  An assessment of two dollars ($2) for every ten dollars
($10) or fraction thereof, for every fine, forfeiture, or parking
penalty imposed and collected pursuant to Section 42001.13 of the
Vehicle Code for violation of Section 22507.8 of the Vehicle Code,
may be imposed by each county upon the adoption of a resolution by
the board of supervisors. An assessment imposed by this section shall
be collected and disbursed as provided in Section 9545 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code.

1465.6.  (a) In addition to an assessment levied pursuant to Section
1465.5 of this code, or any other law, an additional assessment
equal to 10 percent of the fine imposed under Section 42001.5,
42001.13, or 42002 of the Vehicle Code shall be imposed by each
county for a criminal violation of the following:
   (1) Subdivisions (b), (c), and (d) of Section 4461 of the Vehicle
Code.
   (2) Subdivision (c) of Section 4463 of the Vehicle Code.
   (3) Section 22507.8 of the Vehicle Code.
   (4) Section 22522 of the Vehicle Code.
   (b) An assessment imposed pursuant to this section shall be
deposited with the city or county where the violation occurred.

1465.7.  (a) A state surcharge of 20 percent shall be levied on the
base fine used to calculate the state penalty assessment as specified
in subdivision (a) of Section 1464.
   (b) This surcharge shall be in addition to the state penalty
assessed pursuant to Section 1464 of the Penal Code and may not be
included in the base fine used to calculate the state penalty
assessment as specified in subdivision (a) of Section 1464.
   (c) After a determination by the court of the amount due, the
clerk of the court shall cause the amount of the state surcharge
collected to be transmitted to the General Fund.
   (d) Notwithstanding Chapter 12 (commencing with Section 76000) of
Title 8 of the Government Code and subdivision (b) of Section 68090.8
of the Government Code, the full amount of the surcharge shall be
transmitted to the State Treasury to be deposited in the General
Fund. Of the amount collected from the total amount of the fines,
penalties, and surcharges imposed, the amount of the surcharge
established by this section shall be transmitted to the State
Treasury to be deposited in the General Fund.
   (e) When any deposited bail is made for an offense to which this
section applies, and for which a court appearance is not mandatory,
the person making the deposit shall also deposit a sufficient amount
to include the surcharge prescribed by this section.
   (f) When amounts owed by an offender as a result of a conviction
are paid in installment payments, payments shall be credited pursuant
to Section 1203.1d. The amount of the surcharge established by this
section shall be transmitted to the State Treasury prior to the
county retaining or disbursing the remaining amount of the fines,
penalties, and forfeitures imposed.
   (g) Notwithstanding Sections 40512.6 and 42007 of the Vehicle
Code, the term "total bail" as used in subdivision (a) of Section
42007 of the Vehicle Code does not include the surcharge set forth in
this section. The surcharge set forth in this section shall be
levied on what would have been the base fine had the provisions of
Section 42007 not been invoked and the proceeds from the imposition
of the surcharge shall be treated as otherwise set forth in this
section.

1465.8.  (a) (1) To ensure and maintain adequate funding for court
security, a fee of thirty dollars ($30) shall be imposed on every
conviction for a criminal offense, including a traffic offense,
except parking offenses as defined in subdivision (i) of Section
1463, involving a violation of a section of the Vehicle Code or any
local ordinance adopted pursuant to the Vehicle Code.
   (2) For the purposes of this section, "conviction" includes the
dismissal of a traffic violation on the condition that the defendant
attend a court-ordered traffic violator school, as authorized by
Sections 41501 and 42005 of the Vehicle Code. This security fee shall
be deposited in accordance with subdivision (d), and may not be
included with the fee calculated and distributed pursuant to Section
42007 of the Vehicle Code.
   (b) This fee shall be in addition to the state penalty assessed
pursuant to Section 1464 and may not be included in the base fine to
calculate the state penalty assessment as specified in subdivision
(a) of Section 1464. The penalties authorized by Chapter 12
(commencing with Section 76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code,
and the state surcharge authorized by Section 1465.7, do not apply to
this fee.
   (c) When bail is deposited for an offense to which this section
applies, and for which a court appearance is not necessary, the
person making the deposit shall also deposit a sufficient amount to
include the fee prescribed by this section.
   (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the fees collected
pursuant to subdivision (a) shall all be deposited in a special
account in the county treasury and transmitted therefrom monthly to
the Controller for deposit in the Trial Court Trust Fund. The fees
collected pursuant to this section shall not be subject to
subdivision (e) of Section 1203.1d, but shall be disbursed under
subdivision (b) of Section 1203.1d.
   (e) The Judicial Council shall provide for the administration of
this section.
   (f) This section shall remain in effect only until July 1, 2011,
and as of that date is repealed, unless a later enacted statute, that
is enacted before July 1, 2011, deletes or extends that date.

1465.8.  (a) (1) To ensure and maintain adequate funding for court
security, a fee of twenty dollars ($20) shall be imposed on every
conviction for a criminal offense, including a traffic offense,
except parking offenses as defined in subdivision (i) of Section
1463, involving a violation of a section of the Vehicle Code or any
local ordinance adopted pursuant to the Vehicle Code.
   (2) For the purposes of this section, "conviction" includes the
dismissal of a traffic violation on the condition that the defendant
attend a court-ordered traffic violator school, as authorized by
Sections 41501 and 42005 of the Vehicle Code. This security fee shall
be deposited in accordance with subdivision (d), and may not be
included with the fee calculated and distributed pursuant to Section
42007 of the Vehicle Code.
   (b) This fee shall be in addition to the state penalty assessed
pursuant to Section 1464 and may not be included in the base fine to
calculate the state penalty assessment as specified in subdivision
(a) of Section 1464. The penalties authorized by Chapter 12
(commencing with Section 76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code,
and the state surcharge authorized by Section 1465.7, do not apply to
this fee.
   (c) When bail is deposited for an offense to which this section
applies, and for which a court appearance is not necessary, the
person making the deposit shall also deposit a sufficient amount to
include the fee prescribed by this section.
   (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the fees collected
pursuant to subdivision (a) shall all be deposited in a special
account in the county treasury and transmitted therefrom monthly to
the Controller for deposit in the Trial Court Trust Fund.
   (e) The Judicial Council shall provide for the administration of
this section.
   (f) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2011.


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