Bill Text: TX SB346 | 2019-2020 | 86th Legislature | Comm Sub


Bill Title: Relating to the consolidation, allocation, classification, and repeal of certain criminal court costs and other court-related costs, fines, and fees; imposing certain court costs and fees and increasing and decreasing the amounts of certain other court costs and fees.

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill

Status: (Engrossed) 2019-05-21 - House passage as amended reported [SB346 Detail]

Download: Texas-2019-SB346-Comm_Sub.html
  86R28889 SRS-D
 
  By: Zaffirini, et al. S.B. No. 346
 
  (Leach)
 
  Substitute the following for S.B. No. 346:  No.
 
 
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
 
AN ACT
  relating to the consolidation, allocation, classification, and
  repeal of certain criminal court costs and other court-related
  costs, fines, and fees; imposing certain court costs and fees and
  increasing and decreasing the amounts of certain other court costs
  and fees.
         BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
  ARTICLE 1. CONSOLIDATED COURT COSTS
         SECTION 1.01.  Section 133.001, Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 133.001.  PURPOSE. The purpose of this chapter is to
  consolidate and standardize:
               (1)  collection of fees payable to the comptroller in
  criminal and civil matters by:
                     (A)  an officer of a court for deposit in a county
  or municipal treasury; or
                     (B)  an officer of a county or municipality for
  deposit in the county or municipal treasury, as appropriate;
               (2)  remittance of those fees to the comptroller as
  required by this chapter and other law; and
               (3)  distribution of those fees by the comptroller to
  the proper accounts and funds in the state treasury.
         SECTION 1.02.  Section 133.003, Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 133.003.  CRIMINAL FEES. This chapter applies to the
  following criminal fees:
               (1)  the consolidated fee imposed under Section
  133.102;
               (2)  [the time payment fee imposed under Section
  133.103;
               [(3)]  fees for services of peace officers employed by
  the state imposed under Article 102.011, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, and forwarded to the comptroller as provided by Section
  133.104 of this code; and
               (3) [(4)     costs on conviction imposed in certain
  statutory county courts under Section 51.702, Government Code, and
  deposited in the judicial fund;
               [(5)     costs on conviction imposed in certain county
  courts under Section 51.703, Government Code, and deposited in the
  judicial fund;
               [(6)     the administrative fee for failure to appear or
  failure to pay or satisfy a judgment imposed under Section 706.006,
  Transportation Code;
               [(7)]  fines on conviction imposed under Section
  621.506(g), Transportation Code[;
               [(8)     the fee imposed under Article 102.0045, Code of
  Criminal Procedure;
               [(9)     the cost on conviction imposed under Section
  133.105 and deposited in the judicial fund; and
               [(10)     the cost on conviction imposed under Section
  133.107].
         SECTION 1.03.  Sections 133.102(a), (c), (d), (e), and (f),
  Local Government Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A person convicted of an offense shall pay as a court
  cost, in addition to all other costs:
               (1)  $185 [$133] on conviction of a felony;
               (2)  $147 [$83] on conviction of a Class A or Class B
  misdemeanor; or
               (3)  $62 [$40] on conviction of a nonjailable
  misdemeanor offense, including a criminal violation of a municipal
  ordinance, other than a conviction of an offense relating to a
  pedestrian or the parking of a motor vehicle.
         (c)  The money collected under this section as court costs
  imposed on offenses committed on or after January 1, 2020 [2004],
  shall be allocated according to the percentages provided in
  Subsection (e).
         (d)  The money collected as court costs imposed on offenses
  committed before January 1, 2004, shall be distributed using
  historical data so that each account or fund receives the same
  amount of money the account or fund would have received if the court
  costs for the accounts and funds had been collected and reported
  separately.  The money collected as court costs imposed on offenses
  committed on or after January 1, 2004, but before January 1, 2020,
  shall be allocated according to the percentages provided in
  Subsection (e), as that subsection existed and was applied on
  December 31, 2019.
         (e)  The comptroller shall allocate the court costs received
  under this section to the following accounts and funds so that each
  receives to the extent practicable, utilizing historical data as
  applicable, the same amount of money the account or fund would have
  received if the court costs for the accounts and funds had been
  collected and reported separately, except that the account or fund
  may not receive less than the following percentages:
               (1)  crime stoppers assistance account 0.2427
  [0.2581] percent;
               (2)  breath alcohol testing account 0.3900
  [0.5507] percent;
               (3)  Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management
  Institute account 1.5341 [2.1683] percent;
               (4)  Texas Commission on Law Enforcement
  account  3.5418
  [law enforcement officers standards and education 5.0034] percent;
               (5)  law enforcement and custodial officer supplement
  [supplemental] retirement trust fund 7.4674
  [11.1426] percent;
               (6)  criminal justice planning account 9.0462
  [12.5537] percent;
               (7)  an account in the state treasury to be used only
  for the establishment and operation of the Center for the Study and
  Prevention of Juvenile Crime and Delinquency at Prairie View
  A&M University 0.8540 [1.2090] percent;
               (8)  compensation to victims of crime account 26.4704
  [fund 37.6338] percent;
               (9)  [emergency radio infrastructure account 5.5904
  percent;
               [(10)]  judicial and court personnel training
  account3.4224 [fund 4.8362] percent;
               (10) [(11)]  an account in the state treasury to be
  used for the establishment and operation of the Correctional
  Management Institute of Texas and Criminal Justice Center
  Account  0.8522 [1.2090] percent; [and]
               (11) [(12)]  fair defense account 18.0697
  [17.8448] percent;
               (12)  judicial fund 13.0426 percent;
               (13)  DNA testing account 0.1394 percent;
               (14)  specialty court account 1.0377 percent;
               (15)  statewide electronic filing system
  account  0.5485 percent;
               (16)  jury service fund 6.4090 percent;
               (17)  truancy prevention and diversion account  2.5956
  percent; and
               (18)  transportation administrative fee
  account  4.3363 percent.
         (f)  Of each dollar credited to the Texas Commission on Law
  Enforcement [law enforcement officers standards and education]
  account under Subsection (e)(4) [(e)(5)]:
               (1)  33.3 cents may be used only to pay administrative
  expenses; and
               (2)  the remainder may be used only to pay expenses
  related to continuing education for persons licensed under Chapter
  1701, Occupations Code.
         SECTION 1.04.  Chapter 133, Local Government Code, is
  amended by adding Subchapter C-1 to read as follows:
  SUBCHAPTER C-1. ALLOCATION AND USE OF CERTAIN CRIMINAL FEES
         Sec. 133.121.  ALLOCATION OF FEES TO SPECIALTY COURT
  ACCOUNT. (a)  The specialty court account is an account in the
  general revenue fund.  The account consists of money allocated to
  the account under Section 133.102(e).  Money in the account may be
  used only to fund specialty court programs established under
  Subtitle K, Title 2, Government Code.
         (b)  The legislature may appropriate money from the
  specialty court account only to the criminal justice division of
  the governor's office for distribution to specialty court programs
  that apply for the money.
         Sec. 133.122.  ALLOCATION OF FEES TO JURY SERVICE FUND.
  (a)  The jury service fund is created in the state treasury.  The
  fund consists of money allocated to the fund under Section
  133.102(e).  Money in the fund may be appropriated only to provide
  juror reimbursements to counties.
         (b)  If, at any time, the unexpended balance of the jury
  service fund exceeds $10 million, the comptroller shall transfer
  the amount in excess of $10 million to the fair defense account.
         Sec. 133.123.  ALLOCATION OF FEES TO DNA TESTING ACCOUNT.
  The DNA testing account is an account in the general revenue fund.  
  The account consists of money allocated to the account under
  Section 133.102(e).  Money in the account may be appropriated only
  to the Department of Public Safety to help defray the cost of
  collecting or analyzing DNA samples provided by defendants who are
  required to pay a court cost under Section 133.102.
         Sec. 133.124.  ALLOCATION OF FEES TO TRANSPORTATION
  ADMINISTRATIVE FEE ACCOUNT. The transportation administrative fee
  account is an account in the general revenue fund.  The account
  consists of money allocated to the account under Section
  133.102(e).  Money in the account may be appropriated only to the
  Department of Public Safety to defray the administrative costs
  associated with implementing Chapter 706, Transportation Code.
         SECTION 1.05.  Subtitle C, Title 4, Local Government Code,
  is amended by adding Chapter 134 to read as follows:
  CHAPTER 134. CRIMINAL FEES PAYABLE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
         Sec. 134.001.  PURPOSE. The purpose of this chapter is to
  consolidate and standardize collection of fees payable to a local
  government in criminal matters by:
               (1)  an officer of a court for deposit in a county or
  municipal treasury; or
               (2)  an officer of a county or municipality for deposit
  in the county or municipal treasury, as appropriate.
         Sec. 134.002.  DEFINITIONS. (a)  In this chapter:
               (1)  "Fee" means a criminal fee listed under Section
  134.003.
               (2)  "Treasurer" means the custodian of money in a
  municipal or county treasury, as appropriate.
         (b)  In this chapter, a person is considered to have been
  convicted in a case if:
               (1)  a judgment, a sentence, or both a judgment and a
  sentence are imposed on the person;
               (2)  the person receives community supervision,
  deferred adjudication, or deferred disposition; or
               (3)  the court defers final disposition of the case or
  imposition of the judgment and sentence.
         Sec. 134.003.  CRIMINAL FEES. This chapter applies to the
  criminal fees imposed under Sections 134.101, 134.102, and 134.103.
  SUBCHAPTER B. COLLECTION AND REMITTANCE OF LOCAL CRIMINAL FEES
         Sec. 134.051.  COLLECTION, REMITTANCE, AND DEPOSIT OF FEES.
  (a)  A court clerk shall collect and remit to the county or
  municipal treasurer, as applicable, all fees in the manner provided
  by this section.
         (b)  An officer collecting a fee in a case in municipal court
  shall remit the money to the municipal treasurer for deposit in the
  municipal treasury.
         (c)  An officer collecting a fee in a justice, county, or
  district court shall remit the money to the county treasurer for
  deposit in the county treasury.
         (d)  A court clerk collecting a fee shall remit the money to
  the municipal or county treasurer, as applicable, for deposit in
  the municipal or county treasury, as appropriate.
         Sec. 134.052.  ALLOCATION OF DEPOSITED FEES. (a)  Money
  collected under Subchapter C as court costs imposed on offenses
  committed on or after January 1, 2020, shall be allocated according
  to the percentages provided by Sections 134.101, 134.102, and
  134.103, as applicable.
         (b)  Money collected under Subchapter C as court costs
  imposed on offenses committed before January 1, 2020, shall be
  distributed using historical data so that each account or fund
  receives the same amount of money the account or fund would have
  received if the court costs for the accounts and funds had been
  collected and reported separately.
  SUBCHAPTER C. LOCAL CRIMINAL FEES
         Sec. 134.101.  LOCAL CONSOLIDATED FEE ON CONVICTION OF
  FELONY. (a)  A person convicted of a felony shall pay $105 as a
  court cost, in addition to all other costs, on conviction.
         (b)  The treasurer shall allocate the court costs received
  under this section to the following accounts and funds so that each
  receives to the extent practicable, utilizing historical data as
  applicable, the same amount of money the account or fund would have
  received if the court costs for the accounts and funds had been
  collected and reported separately, except that the account or fund
  may not receive less than the following percentages:
               (1)  the clerk of the court account 38.0953 percent;
               (2)  the county records management and preservation
  fund 23.8095 percent;
               (3)  the county jury fund 0.9524 percent;
               (4)  the courthouse security fund 9.5238 percent;
               (5)  the county and district court technology
  fund  3.8095 percent; and
               (6)  the county specialty court account 23.8095
  percent.
         Sec. 134.102.  LOCAL CONSOLIDATED FEE ON CONVICTION OF CLASS
  A OR B MISDEMEANOR. (a)  A person convicted of a Class A or Class B
  misdemeanor shall pay $123 as a court cost, in addition to all other
  costs, on conviction.
         (b)  The treasurer shall allocate the court costs received
  under this section to the following accounts and funds so that each
  receives to the extent practicable, utilizing historical data as
  applicable, the same amount of money the account or fund would have
  received if the court costs for the accounts and funds had been
  collected and reported separately, except that the account or fund
  may not receive less than the following percentages:
               (1)  the clerk of the court account 32.5203 percent;
               (2)  the county records management and preservation
  fund 20.3252 percent;
               (3)  the account for prosecutor's fees  16.2602
  percent;
               (4)  the county jury fund 0.8130 percent;
               (5)  the courthouse security fund 8.1301 percent;
               (6)  the county and district court technology
  fund    3.2520 percent;
               (7)  the court reporter service fund 2.4390 percent;
  and
               (8)  the county specialty court account 16.2602
  percent.
         Sec. 134.103.  LOCAL CONSOLIDATED FEE ON CONVICTION OF
  NONJAILABLE MISDEMEANOR. (a)  A person convicted of a nonjailable
  misdemeanor offense, including a criminal violation of a municipal
  ordinance, shall pay $14 as a court cost, in addition to all other
  costs, on conviction.
         (b)  The treasurer shall allocate the court costs received
  under this section to the following accounts and funds so that each
  receives to the extent practicable, utilizing historical data as
  applicable, the same amount of money the account or fund would have
  received if the court costs for the accounts and funds had been
  collected and reported separately, except that the account or fund
  may not receive less than the following percentages:
               (1)  the courthouse security fund or municipal court
  building security fund, as appropriate 35 percent;
               (2)  the local truancy prevention and diversion
  fund  35.7143 percent;
               (3)  the justice court technology fund or municipal
  court technology fund, as appropriate 28.5714 percent; and
               (4)  the county or municipal jury fund, as
  appropriate0.7143 percent.
  SUBCHAPTER D. ALLOCATION AND USE OF CERTAIN CRIMINAL FEES
         Sec. 134.151.  MAINTENANCE OF FUNDS AND ACCOUNTS. (a)  A
  county or municipal treasurer, as applicable, shall maintain in the
  county or municipal treasury a fund or account to which money is
  allocated under Section 134.101, 134.102, or 134.103, to the extent
  that the fund or account is not required by other law.  Money in an
  account maintained under this section may be used only for the
  purposes provided by this subchapter.
         (b)  An account or fund maintained under this section in a
  county treasury may be administered by or at the direction of the
  county commissioners court.
         Sec. 134.152.  CLERK OF THE COURT ACCOUNT. Money allocated
  under Section 134.101 or 134.102 to the clerk of the court account
  maintained in the county treasury as required by Section 134.151
  may be used by a county only to defray costs of services provided by
  a county or district clerk.
         Sec. 134.153.  COUNTY SPECIALTY COURT ACCOUNT. Money
  allocated under Section 134.101 or 134.102 to the county specialty
  court account maintained in the county treasury as required by
  Section 134.151 may be used by a county only to fund specialty court
  programs established under Subtitle K, Title 2, Government Code.
         Sec. 134.154.  COUNTY OR MUNICIPAL JURY FUND. Money
  allocated under Section 134.101, 134.102, or 134.103 to the county
  or municipal jury fund maintained in the county or municipal
  treasury, as applicable, and as required by Section 134.151 may be
  used by a county or municipality only to fund juror reimbursements
  and otherwise finance jury services.
         Sec. 134.155.  COUNTY RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND PRESERVATION
  FUND. Money allocated under Section 134.101 or 134.102 to the
  county records management and preservation fund maintained in the
  county treasury as required by Section 134.151 may be used by a
  county only to fund records management and preservation services
  performed by the court clerk.
         Sec. 134.156.  LOCAL TRUANCY PREVENTION AND DIVERSION FUND.
  (a)  Money allocated under Section 134.103 to the local truancy
  prevention and diversion fund maintained in the county or municipal
  treasury as required by Section 134.151 may be used by a county or
  municipality to finance the salary, benefits, training, travel
  expenses, office supplies, and other necessary expenses relating to
  the position of a juvenile case manager employed under Article
  45.056, Code of Criminal Procedure.  If there is money in the fund
  after those costs are paid, subject to the direction of the
  governing body of the county or municipality and on approval by the
  employing court, a juvenile case manager may direct the remaining
  money to be used to implement programs directly related to the
  duties of the juvenile case manager, including juvenile alcohol and
  substance abuse programs, educational and leadership programs, and
  any other projects designed to prevent or reduce the number of
  juvenile referrals to the court.
         (b)  Money in the fund may not be used to supplement the
  income of an employee whose primary role is not that of a juvenile
  case manager.
         SECTION 1.06.  Article 102.015, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is transferred to Subchapter C-1, Chapter 133, Local Government
  Code, as added by this article, redesignated as Section 133.125,
  and amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 133.125  [Art. 102.015].  ALLOCATION OF FEES TO [COURT
  COSTS:]  TRUANCY PREVENTION AND DIVERSION ACCOUNT [FUND]. (a)  The
  truancy prevention and diversion account [fund] is a dedicated
  account in the general revenue fund.  The account consists of money
  allocated to the account under Section 133.102(e).
         (b)  [A person convicted in municipal or justice court of an
  offense, other than an offense relating to a pedestrian or the
  parking of a motor vehicle, shall pay as a court cost $2 in addition
  to other court costs.
         [(c)     For purposes of this article, a person is considered to
  have been convicted if:
               [(1)  a sentence is imposed; or
               [(2)     the defendant receives deferred disposition in
  the case.
         [(d)     Court costs under this article are collected in the
  same manner as other fines or costs. An officer collecting the
  costs shall keep separate records of the funds collected as costs
  under this article and shall deposit the funds in the county
  treasury or municipal treasury, as applicable.
         [(e)     The custodian of a county treasury or municipal
  treasury, as applicable, shall:
               [(1)     keep records of the amount of funds on deposit
  collected under this article; and
               [(2)     send to the comptroller before the last day of the
  first month following each calendar quarter the funds collected
  under this article during the preceding quarter, except that the
  custodian may retain 50 percent of funds collected under this
  article for the purpose of operating or establishing a juvenile
  case manager program, if the county or municipality has established
  or is attempting to establish a juvenile case manager program.
         [(f)     If no funds due as costs under this article are
  deposited in a county treasury or municipal treasury in a calendar
  quarter, the custodian of the treasury shall file the report
  required for the quarter in the regular manner and must state that
  no funds were collected.
         [(g)     The comptroller shall deposit the funds received under
  this article to the credit of a dedicated account in the general
  revenue fund to be known as the truancy prevention and diversion
  fund.]  The legislature may appropriate money from the truancy
  prevention and diversion account only to the criminal justice
  division of the governor's office for distribution to local
  governmental entities for truancy prevention and intervention
  services.
         (c) [(h)]  A local governmental entity may request funds
  from the criminal justice division of the governor's office for
  providing truancy prevention and intervention services.  The
  division may award the requested funds based on the availability of
  appropriated funds and subject to the application procedure and
  eligibility requirements specified by division rule.
         [(i)     Funds collected under this article are subject to audit
  by the comptroller.]
         SECTION 1.07.  Article 102.0169, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0169.  [COURT COSTS;] COUNTY AND DISTRICT COURT
  TECHNOLOGY FUND. (a)  [A defendant convicted of a criminal offense
  in a county court, statutory county court, or district court shall
  pay a $4 county and district court technology fee as a cost of
  court.
         [(b)  In this article, a person is considered convicted if:
               [(1)  a sentence is imposed on the person;
               [(2)     the person receives community supervision,
  including deferred adjudication; or
               [(3)     the court defers final disposition of the
  person's case.
         [(c)]  The [clerks of the courts described by Subsection (a)
  shall collect the costs and pay them to the county treasurer or to
  any other official who discharges the duties commonly delegated to
  the county treasurer, as appropriate, for deposit in a fund to be
  known as the] county and district court technology fund is a fund in
  the county treasury.  The fund consists of money allocated to the
  fund under Sections 134.101 and 134.102, Local Government Code.
         (b)  Money in the county and district court technology fund
  [(d)  A fund designated by this article] may be used only to
  finance:
               (1)  the cost of continuing education and training for
  county court, statutory county court, or district court judges and
  clerks regarding technological enhancements for those courts; and
               (2)  the purchase and maintenance of technological
  enhancements for a county court, statutory county court, or
  district court, including:
                     (A)  computer systems;
                     (B)  computer networks;
                     (C)  computer hardware;
                     (D)  computer software;
                     (E)  imaging systems;
                     (F)  electronic kiosks; and
                     (G)  docket management systems.
         (c) [(e)]  The county and district court technology fund
  shall be administered by or under the direction of the
  commissioners court of the county.
         SECTION 1.08.  Article 102.017, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.017.  [COURT COSTS;] COURTHOUSE SECURITY FUND;
  MUNICIPAL COURT BUILDING SECURITY FUND; JUSTICE COURT BUILDING
  SECURITY FUND. (a)  The [A defendant convicted of a felony offense
  in a district court shall pay a $5 security fee as a cost of court.
         [(b)     A defendant convicted of a misdemeanor offense in a
  county court, county court at law, or district court shall pay a $3
  security fee as a cost of court. A defendant convicted of a
  misdemeanor offense in a justice court shall pay a $4 security fee
  as a cost of court. The governing body of a municipality by
  ordinance may create a municipal court building security fund and
  may require a defendant convicted of a misdemeanor offense in a
  municipal court to pay a $3 security fee as a cost of court.
         [(c)  In this article, a person is considered convicted if:
               [(1)  a sentence is imposed on the person;
               [(2)     the person receives community supervision,
  including deferred adjudication; or
               [(3)     the court defers final disposition of the
  person's case.
         [(d)     Except as provided by Subsection (d-2), the clerks of
  the respective courts shall collect the costs and pay them to the
  county or municipal treasurer, as appropriate, or to any other
  official who discharges the duties commonly delegated to the county
  or municipal treasurer, as appropriate, for deposit in a fund to be
  known as the] courthouse security fund is a fund in the county
  treasury, and [or a fund to be known as] the municipal court
  building security fund is a fund in the municipal treasury.  The
  funds consist of money allocated to the funds under Sections
  134.101, 134.102, and 134.103, Local Government Code[, as
  appropriate].
         (b)  Money deposited in a courthouse security fund may be
  used only for security personnel, services, and items related to
  buildings that house the operations of district, county, or justice
  courts, and money deposited in a municipal court building security
  fund may be used only for security personnel, services, and items
  related to buildings that house the operations of municipal
  courts.  For purposes of this subsection, operations of a district,
  county, or justice court include the activities of associate
  judges, masters, magistrates, referees, hearing officers, criminal
  law magistrate court judges, and masters in chancery appointed
  under:
               (1)  Section 61.311, Alcoholic Beverage Code;
               (2)  Section 51.04(g) or Chapter 201, Family Code;
               (3)  Section 574.0085, Health and Safety Code;
               (4)  Section 33.71, Tax Code;
               (5)  Chapter 54A, Government Code; or
               (6)  Rule 171, Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.
         (c) [(d-1)]  For purposes of this article, the term
  "security personnel, services, and items" includes:
               (1)  the purchase or repair of X-ray machines and
  conveying systems;
               (2)  handheld metal detectors;
               (3)  walkthrough metal detectors;
               (4)  identification cards and systems;
               (5)  electronic locking and surveillance equipment;
               (6)  video teleconferencing systems;
               (7)  bailiffs, deputy sheriffs, deputy constables, or
  contract security personnel during times when they are providing
  appropriate security services;
               (8)  signage;
               (9)  confiscated weapon inventory and tracking
  systems;
               (10)  locks, chains, alarms, or similar security
  devices;
               (11)  the purchase or repair of bullet-proof glass;
               (12)  continuing education on security issues for court
  personnel and security personnel; and
               (13)  warrant officers and related equipment.
         (d) [(d-2)(1)]  This subsection applies only to a justice
  court located in a county in which one or more justice courts are
  located in a building that is not the county courthouse.
               [(2)]  The county treasurer shall deposit one-fourth of
  the money allocated to the courthouse security fund under Section
  134.103, Local Government Code, in [cost of court collected under
  Subsection (b) in a justice court described by Subdivision (1)
  into] a fund to be known as the justice court building security
  fund.  A fund designated by this subsection may be used only for the
  purpose of providing security personnel, services, and items for a
  justice court located in a building that is not the county
  courthouse.
         (e)  The courthouse security fund and the justice court
  building security fund shall be administered by or under the
  direction of the commissioners court.  The municipal court building
  security fund shall be administered by or under the direction of the
  governing body of the municipality.
         (f)  The sheriff, constable, or other law enforcement agency
  or entity that provides security for a court shall provide to the
  Office of Court Administration of the Texas Judicial System a
  written report regarding any security incident involving court
  security that occurs in or around a building housing a court for
  which the sheriff, constable, agency, or entity provides security
  not later than the third business day after the date the incident
  occurred.  A copy of the report must be provided to the presiding
  judge of the court in which the incident occurred.  The report is
  confidential and exempt from disclosure under Chapter 552,
  Government Code.
         SECTION 1.09.  Article 102.0172, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0172.  [COURT COSTS;] MUNICIPAL COURT TECHNOLOGY
  FUND. (a)  The [governing body of a municipality by ordinance may
  create a] municipal court technology fund is a fund in the municipal
  treasury.  The fund consists of money allocated to the fund under
  Section 134.103, Local Government Code [and may require a defendant
  convicted of a misdemeanor offense in a municipal court or
  municipal court of record to pay a technology fee not to exceed $4
  as a cost of court].
         (b)  Money in a municipal court technology fund [In this
  article, a person is considered convicted if:
               [(1)  a sentence is imposed on the person;
               [(2)     the person is placed on community supervision,
  including deferred adjudication community supervision; or
               [(3)     the court defers final disposition of the
  person's case.
         [(c)     The municipal court clerk shall collect the costs and
  pay the funds to the municipal treasurer, or to any other official
  who discharges the duties commonly delegated to the municipal
  treasurer, for deposit in a fund to be known as the municipal court
  technology fund.
         [(d)  A fund designated by this article] may be used only to
  finance the purchase of or to maintain technological enhancements
  for a municipal court or municipal court of record, including:
               (1)  computer systems;
               (2)  computer networks;
               (3)  computer hardware;
               (4)  computer software;
               (5)  imaging systems;
               (6)  electronic kiosks;
               (7)  electronic ticket writers; and
               (8)  docket management systems.
         (c) [(e)]  The municipal court technology fund shall be
  administered by or under the direction of the governing body of the
  municipality.
         SECTION 1.10.  Article 102.0173, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0173.  [COURT COSTS;] JUSTICE COURT TECHNOLOGY
  FUND. (a)  The [commissioners court of a county by order shall
  create a] justice court technology fund is a fund in the county
  treasury.  The fund consists of money allocated to the fund under
  Section 134.103, Local Government Code.  [A defendant convicted of
  a misdemeanor offense in justice court shall pay a $4 justice court
  technology fee as a cost of court for deposit in the fund.]
         (b)  Money in the justice court technology [In this article,
  a person is considered convicted if:
               [(1)  a sentence is imposed on the person; or
               [(2)     the court defers final disposition of the
  person's case.
         [(c)     The justice court clerk shall collect the costs and pay
  the funds to the county treasurer, or to any other official who
  discharges the duties commonly delegated to the county treasurer,
  for deposit in a fund to be known as the justice court technology
  fund.
         [(d)  A] fund [designated by this article] may be used only
  to finance:
               (1)  the cost of continuing education and training for
  justice court judges and clerks regarding technological
  enhancements for justice courts; and
               (2)  the purchase and maintenance of technological
  enhancements for a justice court, including:
                     (A)  computer systems;
                     (B)  computer networks;
                     (C)  computer hardware;
                     (D)  computer software;
                     (E)  imaging systems;
                     (F)  electronic kiosks;
                     (G)  electronic ticket writers; and
                     (H)  docket management systems.
         (c) [(e)]  The justice court technology fund shall be
  administered by or under the direction of the commissioners court
  of the county.
         (d) [(f)]  A justice court may, subject to the approval of
  the commissioners court, use a fund designated by this article to
  assist a constable's office or other county department with a
  technological enhancement, or cost related to the enhancement,
  described by Subsection (b)(1) [(d)(1)] or (2) if the enhancement
  directly relates to the operation or efficiency of the justice
  court.  This subsection applies only to a county that:
               (1)  has a population of 125,000 or more;
               (2)  is not adjacent to a county of two million or more;
               (3)  contains a portion of the Guadalupe River; and
               (4)  contains a portion of Interstate Highway 10.
         SECTION 1.11.  The heading to Section 51.702, Government
  Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 51.702.  ADDITIONAL FEES [AND COSTS] IN STATUTORY
  COUNTY COURTS.
         SECTION 1.12.  Sections 51.702(c), (d), and (e), Government
  Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (c)  Fees [Court costs and fees] due under this section shall
  be collected in the same manner as other fees, fines, or costs are
  collected in the case.
         (d)  The clerk shall deposit the fees [and costs] collected
  under this section to be sent to the comptroller as provided by
  Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local Government Code.  The comptroller
  shall deposit the fees in the judicial fund.
         (e)  Section 51.320 applies to a fee [or cost] collected
  under this section.
         SECTION 1.13.  The heading to Section 51.703, Government
  Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 51.703.  ADDITIONAL FEES [AND COSTS] IN CERTAIN COUNTY
  COURTS.
         SECTION 1.14.  Sections 51.703(c), (d), and (e), Government
  Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (c)  Fees [Court costs and fees] due under this section shall
  be collected in the same manner as other fees, fines, or costs are
  collected in the case.
         (d)  The clerk shall deposit the fees [and costs] collected
  under this section to be sent to the comptroller as provided by
  Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local Government Code.  The comptroller
  shall deposit the fees in the judicial fund.
         (e)  Section 51.320 applies to a fee [or cost] collected
  under this section.
         SECTION 1.15.  Sections 51.851(e), (f), (g), (i), (j), and
  (k), Government Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (e)  A court may waive payment of a [court cost or] fee due
  under this section for an individual the court determines is
  indigent.
         (f)  Fees [Court costs and fees] due under this section shall
  be collected in the same manner as other fees, fines, or costs in
  the case.
         (g)  The clerk of a district court, a county court, a
  statutory county court, a statutory probate court, or a justice
  court shall deposit the [court costs and] fees collected under this
  section in the appropriate local treasury and remit the [court
  costs and] fees to the comptroller in the manner provided by
  Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local Government Code.
         (i)  The comptroller shall deposit the [court costs and] fees
  received under this section to the credit of the statewide
  electronic filing system fund established under Section 51.852.
         (j)  The comptroller may audit the records of a county
  related to [costs and] fees collected under this section.
         (k)  Money spent from [costs and] fees collected under this
  section is subject to audit by the state auditor.
         SECTION 1.16.  Section 411.402, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 411.402.  USE OF REVENUE. (a)  Money in the emergency
  radio infrastructure account [Fees collected under Section
  133.102(e)(11), Local Government Code,] may only:
               (1)  be used for the planning, development, provision,
  enhancement, or ongoing maintenance of an interoperable statewide
  emergency radio infrastructure;
               (2)  be used in accordance with the statewide
  integrated public safety radio communications plan developed under
  Subchapter F, Chapter 421;
               (3)  be used for the development of a regional or state
  interoperable radio communication system;
               (4)  be distributed as grants by the department to:
                     (A)  regional councils of government that have
  entered into interlocal agreements authorized under state law; and
                     (B)  state agencies requiring emergency radio
  infrastructure; or
               (5)  be used for other public safety purposes.
         (b)  Money in the emergency radio infrastructure account
  [Fees collected and distributed as provided by this subchapter] may
  not be used to purchase or maintain radio subscriber equipment.
         SECTION 1.17.  Section 411.403(b), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The account consists of[:
               [(1)]  fees deposited in the account under [as provided
  by] Section 133.102 [133.102(e)(11)], Local Government Code,
  before January 1, 2020[; and
               [(2)     notwithstanding Section 404.071, all interest
  attributable to money held in the account].
         SECTION 1.18.  The drug court account in the general revenue
  fund established under Article 102.0178(g), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as repealed by this Act, is redesignated as the
  specialty court account in the general revenue fund.
         SECTION 1.19.  The following provisions are repealed:
               (1)  Article 102.004, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (2)  Article 102.0045, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (3)  Article 102.005, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (4)  Articles 102.008(a), (c), and (d), Code of
  Criminal Procedure;
               (5)  Article 102.0174, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (6)  Article 102.0178, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (7)  Article 102.020, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (8)  Section 21.007, Government Code;
               (9)  Section 51.702(b), Government Code;
               (10)  Section 51.703(b), Government Code;
               (11)  Sections 51.851(a) and (d), Government Code;
               (12)  Section 133.105, Local Government Code;
               (13)  Section 133.107, Local Government Code; and
               (14)  Sections 706.007(b), (c), and (e),
  Transportation Code.
  ARTICLE 2. FINES; REIMBURSEMENT FEES
         SECTION 2.01.  Section 106.12(e), Alcoholic Beverage Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (e)  The court shall charge an applicant a reimbursement fee
  in the amount of $30 for each application for expunction filed under
  this section to defray the cost of notifying state agencies of
  orders of expunction under this section.
         SECTION 2.02.  Section 4, Article 17.42, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 4.  (a)  Except as otherwise provided by this
  subsection, if a court releases an accused on personal bond on the
  recommendation of a personal bond office, the court shall assess a
  personal bond reimbursement fee of $20 or three percent of the
  amount of the bail fixed for the accused, whichever is greater. The
  court may waive the fee or assess a lesser fee if good cause is
  shown. A court that requires a defendant to give a personal bond
  under Article 45.016 may not assess a personal bond fee under this
  subsection.
         (b)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this article
  may be used solely to defray expenses of the personal bond office,
  including defraying the expenses of extradition.
         (c)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this article
  shall be deposited in the county treasury, or if the office serves
  more than one county, the fees shall be apportioned to each county
  in the district according to each county's pro rata share of the
  costs of the office.
         SECTION 2.03.  Article 17.43(b), Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  Cost of monitoring may be assessed as reimbursement fees
  [court costs] or ordered paid directly by the defendant as a
  condition of bond.
         SECTION 2.04.  Articles 17.44(c) and (e), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (c)  The magistrate may revoke the bond and order the
  defendant arrested if the defendant:
               (1)  violates a condition of home confinement and
  electronic monitoring;
               (2)  refuses to submit to a test for controlled
  substances or submits to a test for controlled substances and the
  test indicates the presence of a controlled substance in the
  defendant's body; or
               (3)  fails to pay the reimbursement fee for [costs of]
  monitoring or testing for controlled substances, if payment is
  ordered under Subsection (e) as a condition of bond and the
  magistrate determines that the defendant is not indigent and is
  financially able to make the payments as ordered.
         (e)  The cost of electronic monitoring or testing for
  controlled substances under this article may be assessed as a
  reimbursement fee [court costs] or ordered paid directly by the
  defendant as a condition of bond.
         SECTION 2.05.  Article 17.441(d), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (d)  The magistrate may designate an appropriate agency to
  verify the installation of the device and to monitor the device. If
  the magistrate designates an agency under this subsection, in each
  month during which the agency verifies the installation of the
  device or provides a monitoring service the defendant shall pay a
  reimbursement fee to the designated agency in the amount set by the
  magistrate. The defendant shall pay the initial reimbursement fee
  at the time the agency verifies the installation of the device. In
  each subsequent month during which the defendant is required to pay
  a reimbursement fee the defendant shall pay the fee on the first
  occasion in that month that the agency provides a monitoring
  service. The magistrate shall set the fee in an amount not to
  exceed $10 as determined by the county auditor, or by the
  commissioners court of the county if the county does not have a
  county auditor, to be sufficient to cover the cost incurred by the
  designated agency in conducting the verification or providing the
  monitoring service, as applicable in that county.
         SECTION 2.06.  Articles 17.49(b) and (h), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (b)  A magistrate may require as a condition of release on
  bond that a defendant charged with an offense involving family
  violence:
               (1)  refrain from going to or near a residence, school,
  place of employment, or other location, as specifically described
  in the bond, frequented by an alleged victim of the offense;
               (2)  carry or wear a global positioning monitoring
  system device and, except as provided by Subsection (h), pay a
  reimbursement fee for the costs associated with operating that
  system in relation to the defendant; or
               (3)  except as provided by Subsection (h), if the
  alleged victim of the offense consents after receiving the
  information described by Subsection (d), pay a reimbursement fee
  for the costs associated with providing the victim with an
  electronic receptor device that:
                     (A)  is capable of receiving the global
  positioning monitoring system information from the device carried
  or worn by the defendant; and
                     (B)  notifies the victim if the defendant is at or
  near a location that the defendant has been ordered to refrain from
  going to or near under Subdivision (1).
         (h)  If the magistrate determines that a defendant is
  indigent, the magistrate may, based on a sliding scale established
  by local rule, require the defendant to pay a reimbursement fee
  [costs] under Subsection (b)(2) or (3) in an amount that is less
  than the full amount of the costs associated with operating the
  global positioning monitoring system in relation to the defendant
  or providing the victim with an electronic receptor device.
         SECTION 2.07.  Articles 26.05(f) and (g), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (f)  All payments made under this article shall be paid from
  the general fund of the county in which the prosecution was
  instituted or habeas corpus hearing held and may be included as
  reimbursement fees [costs of court].
         (g)  If the judge determines that a defendant has financial
  resources that enable the defendant to offset in part or in whole
  the costs of the legal services provided to the defendant in
  accordance with Article 1.051(c) or (d), including any expenses and
  costs, the judge shall order the defendant to pay during the
  pendency of the charges or, if convicted, as a reimbursement fee
  [court costs] the amount that the judge finds the defendant is able
  to pay.  The defendant may not be ordered to pay an amount that
  exceeds:
               (1)  the actual costs, including any expenses and
  costs, paid by the county for the legal services provided by an
  appointed attorney; or
               (2)  if the defendant was represented by a public
  defender's office, the actual amount, including any expenses and
  costs, that would have otherwise been paid to an appointed attorney
  had the county not had a public defender's office.
         SECTION 2.08.  The heading to Article 37.073, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 37.073.  REPAYMENT OF REWARDS; FINES.
         SECTION 2.09.  Article 37.073(a), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (a)  After a defendant has been convicted of a felony
  offense, the judge may order a defendant to pay a fine repaying 
  [repay] all or part of a reward paid by a crime stoppers
  organization.
         SECTION 2.10.  Articles 42.152(a) and (b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  If a judge orders a defendant to pay a fine repaying 
  [repay] a reward or part of a reward under Article 37.073 [of this
  code], the court shall assess this fine [cost] against the
  defendant in the same manner as other fines [costs of prosecution]
  are assessed against a defendant. The court may order the defendant
  to:
               (1)  pay the entire amount required when sentence is
  pronounced;
               (2)  pay the entire amount required at a later date
  specified by the court; or
               (3)  pay specified portions of the required amount at
  designated intervals.
         (b)  After receiving a payment of a fine from a person
  ordered to make the payment under this article, the clerk of the
  court or fee officer shall:
               (1)  make a record of the payment;
               (2)  deduct a one-time $7 processing fee from the
  payment [reward repayment];
               (3)  forward the payment to the designated crime
  stoppers organization; and
               (4)  make a record of the forwarding of the payment.
         SECTION 2.11.  Article 42A.301(b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  Conditions of community supervision may include
  conditions requiring the defendant to:
               (1)  commit no offense against the laws of this state or
  of any other state or of the United States;
               (2)  avoid injurious or vicious habits;
               (3)  avoid persons or places of disreputable or harmful
  character, including any person, other than a family member of the
  defendant, who is an active member of a criminal street gang;
               (4)  report to the supervision officer as directed by
  the judge or supervision officer and obey all rules and regulations
  of the community supervision and corrections department;
               (5)  permit the supervision officer to visit the
  defendant at the defendant's home or elsewhere;
               (6)  work faithfully at suitable employment to the
  extent possible;
               (7)  remain within a specified place;
               (8)  pay in one or more amounts:
                     (A)  the defendant's fine, if one is assessed; and
                     (B)  all court costs, regardless of whether a fine
  is assessed;
               (9)  support the defendant's dependents;
               (10)  participate, for a period specified by the judge,
  in any community-based program, including a community service
  project under Article 42A.304;
               (11)  if the judge determines that the defendant has
  financial resources that enable the defendant to offset in part or
  in whole the costs of the legal services provided to the defendant
  in accordance with Article 1.051(c) or (d), including any expenses
  and costs, reimburse the county in which the prosecution was
  instituted for the costs of the legal services in an amount that the
  judge finds the defendant is able to pay, except that the defendant
  may not be ordered to pay an amount that exceeds:
                     (A)  the actual costs, including any expenses and
  costs, paid by the county for the legal services provided by an
  appointed attorney; or
                     (B)  if the defendant was represented by a public
  defender's office, the actual amount, including any expenses and
  costs, that would have otherwise been paid to an appointed attorney
  had the county not had a public defender's office;
               (12)  if under custodial supervision in a community
  corrections facility:
                     (A)  remain under that supervision;
                     (B)  obey all rules and regulations of the
  facility; and
                     (C)  pay a percentage of the defendant's income
  to[:
                           [(i)]  the facility for room and board; [and
                           [(ii)     the defendant's dependents for their
  support during the period of custodial supervision;]
               (13)  submit to testing for alcohol or controlled
  substances;
               (14)  attend counseling sessions for substance abusers
  or participate in substance abuse treatment services in a program
  or facility approved or licensed by the Department of State Health
  Services;
               (15)  with the consent of the victim of a misdemeanor
  offense or of any offense under Title 7, Penal Code, participate in
  victim-defendant mediation;
               (16)  submit to electronic monitoring;
               (17)  reimburse the compensation to victims of crime
  fund for any amounts paid from that fund to or on behalf of a victim,
  as defined by Article 56.32, of the offense or if no reimbursement
  is required, make one payment to the compensation to victims of
  crime fund in an amount not to exceed $50 if the offense is a
  misdemeanor or not to exceed $100 if the offense is a felony;
               (18)  reimburse a law enforcement agency for the
  analysis, storage, or disposal of raw materials, controlled
  substances, chemical precursors, drug paraphernalia, or other
  materials seized in connection with the offense;
               (19)  reimburse [pay] all or part of the reasonable and
  necessary costs incurred by the victim for psychological counseling
  made necessary by the offense or for counseling and education
  relating to acquired immune deficiency syndrome or human
  immunodeficiency virus made necessary by the offense;
               (20)  pay a fine [make one payment] in an amount not to
  exceed $50 to a crime stoppers organization, as defined by Section
  414.001, Government Code, and as certified by the Texas Crime
  Stoppers Council;
               (21)  submit a DNA sample to the Department of Public
  Safety under Subchapter G, Chapter 411, Government Code, for the
  purpose of creating a DNA record of the defendant; and
               (22)  in any manner required by the judge, provide in
  the county in which the offense was committed public notice of the
  offense for which the defendant was placed on community
  supervision[; and
               [(23)     reimburse the county in which the prosecution
  was instituted for compensation paid to any interpreter in the
  case].
         SECTION 2.12.  Article 42A.452, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 42A.452.  TREATMENT, SPECIALIZED SUPERVISION, OR
  REHABILITATION.  A judge who grants community supervision to a sex
  offender evaluated under Article 42A.258 may require the sex
  offender as a condition of community supervision to submit to
  treatment, specialized supervision, or rehabilitation according to
  offense-specific standards of practice adopted by the Council on
  Sex Offender Treatment.  On a finding that the defendant is
  financially able to make payment, the judge shall require the
  defendant to pay a reimbursement fee for all or part of the
  reasonable and necessary costs of the treatment, supervision, or
  rehabilitation.
         SECTION 2.13.  Article 42A.455, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 42A.455.  PAYMENT TO CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER. A
  judge who grants community supervision to a defendant charged with
  or convicted of an offense under Section 21.11 or 22.011(a)(2),
  Penal Code, may require the defendant to pay a fine [make one
  payment] in an amount not to exceed $50 to a children's advocacy
  center established under Subchapter E, Chapter 264, Family Code.
         SECTION 2.14.  Article 42A.504(b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  If a judge grants community supervision to a defendant
  convicted of an offense under Title 5, Penal Code, that the court
  determines involves family violence, the judge shall require the
  defendant to pay a fine of $100 to a family violence center that:
               (1)  receives state or federal funds; and
               (2)  serves the county in which the court is located.
         SECTION 2.15.  Article 42A.652, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 42A.652.  MONTHLY REIMBURSEMENT FEE. (a)  Except as
  otherwise provided by this article, a judge who grants community
  supervision to a defendant shall set a reimbursement fee of not less
  than $25 and not more than $60 to be paid each month during the
  period of community supervision by the defendant to:
               (1)  the court of original jurisdiction; or
               (2)  the court accepting jurisdiction of the
  defendant's case, if jurisdiction is transferred under Article
  42A.151.
         (b)  The judge may make payment of the monthly reimbursement
  fee a condition of granting or continuing the community
  supervision.  The judge may waive or reduce the reimbursement fee or
  suspend a monthly payment of the fee if the judge determines that
  payment of the reimbursement fee would cause the defendant a
  significant financial hardship.
         (c)  A court accepting jurisdiction of a defendant's case
  under Article 42A.151 shall enter an order directing the defendant
  to pay the monthly reimbursement fee to that court instead of to the
  court of original jurisdiction.  To the extent of any conflict
  between an order issued under this subsection and an order issued by
  a court of original jurisdiction, the order entered under this
  subsection prevails.
         (d)  A judge who receives a defendant for supervision as
  authorized by Section 510.017, Government Code, may require the
  defendant to pay the reimbursement fee authorized by this article.
         (e)  A judge may not require a defendant to pay the
  reimbursement fee under this article for any month after the period
  of community supervision has been terminated by the judge under
  Article 42A.701.
         (f)  A judge shall deposit any reimbursement fee received
  under this article in the special fund of the county treasury, to be
  used for the same purposes for which state aid may be used under
  Chapter 76, Government Code.
         SECTION 2.16.  Article 42A.653, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 42A.653.  ADDITIONAL MONTHLY FINE [FEE] FOR CERTAIN SEX
  OFFENDERS.  (a)  A judge who grants community supervision to a
  defendant convicted of an offense under Section 21.08, 21.11,
  22.011, 22.021, 25.02, 43.25, or 43.26, Penal Code, shall require
  as a condition of community supervision that the defendant pay to
  the defendant's supervision officer a community supervision fine
  [fee] of $5 each month during the period of community supervision.
         (b)  A fine [fee] imposed under this article is in addition
  to court costs or any other fee or fine imposed on the defendant.
         (c)  A community supervision and corrections department
  shall deposit a fine [fee] collected under this article to be sent
  to the comptroller as provided by Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local
  Government Code.  The comptroller shall deposit the fine [fee] in
  the sexual assault program fund under Section 420.008, Government
  Code.
         (d)  If a community supervision and corrections department
  does not collect a fine [fee] imposed under this article, the
  department is not required to file any report required by the
  comptroller that relates to the collection of the fine [fee].
         SECTION 2.17.  Article 45.0216(i), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (i)  The justice or municipal court shall require a person
  who requests expungement under this article to pay a reimbursement
  fee in the amount of $30 to defray the cost of notifying state
  agencies of orders of expungement under this article.
         SECTION 2.18.  Articles 45.026(a) and (b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A justice or municipal court may order a party who does
  not waive a jury trial in a justice or municipal court and who fails
  to appear for the trial to pay a reimbursement fee for the costs
  incurred for impaneling the jury.
         (b)  The justice or municipal court may release a party from
  the obligation to pay the reimbursement fee [costs] under this
  section for good cause.
         SECTION 2.19.  Articles 45.051(a), (b), (b-2), (b-3), and
  (g), Code of Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  On a plea of guilty or nolo contendere by a defendant or
  on a finding of guilt in a misdemeanor case punishable by fine only
  and payment of all court costs, the judge may defer further
  proceedings without entering an adjudication of guilt and place the
  defendant on probation for a period not to exceed 180 days.  In
  issuing the order of deferral, the judge may impose a fine [special
  expense fee] on the defendant in an amount not to exceed the amount
  of the fine that could be imposed on the defendant as punishment for
  the offense.  The fine [special expense fee] may be collected at any
  time before the date on which the period of probation ends.  The
  judge may elect not to impose the fine [special expense fee] for
  good cause shown by the defendant.  If the judge orders the
  collection of a fine under this subsection [special expense fee],
  the judge shall require that the amount of the fine [special expense
  fee] be credited toward the payment of the amount of any [the] fine
  imposed by the judge as punishment for the offense.  An order of
  deferral under this subsection terminates any liability under a
  bond given for the charge.
         (b)  During the deferral period, the judge may require the
  defendant to:
               (1)  post a bond in the amount of the fine assessed as
  punishment for the offense to secure payment of the fine;
               (2)  pay restitution to the victim of the offense in an
  amount not to exceed the fine assessed as punishment for the
  offense;
               (3)  submit to professional counseling;
               (4)  submit to diagnostic testing for alcohol or a
  controlled substance or drug;
               (5)  submit to a psychosocial assessment;
               (6)  participate in an alcohol or drug abuse treatment
  or education program, such as:
                     (A)  a drug education program that is designed to
  educate persons on the dangers of drug abuse and is approved by the
  Department of State Health Services in accordance with Section
  521.374, Transportation Code; or
                     (B)  an alcohol awareness program described by
  Section 106.115, Alcoholic Beverage Code;
               (7)  pay as reimbursement fees the costs of any
  diagnostic testing, psychosocial assessment, or participation in a
  treatment or education program either directly or through the court
  as court costs;
               (8)  complete a driving safety course approved under
  Chapter 1001, Education Code, or another course as directed by the
  judge;
               (9)  present to the court satisfactory evidence that
  the defendant has complied with each requirement imposed by the
  judge under this article; and
               (10)  comply with any other reasonable condition.
         (b-2)  A person examined as required by Subsection (b-1)(3)
  must pay a $10 reimbursement fee for the examination [fee].
         (b-3)  The reimbursement fee collected under Subsection
  (b-2) must be deposited to the credit of a special account in the
  general revenue fund and may be used only by the Department of
  Public Safety for the administration of Chapter 521, Transportation
  Code.
         (g)  If a judge requires a defendant under Subsection (b) to
  attend an alcohol awareness program or drug education program as
  described by Subdivision (6) of that subsection, unless the judge
  determines that the defendant is indigent and unable to pay the
  cost, the judge shall require the defendant to pay a reimbursement
  fee for the cost of attending the program.  The judge may allow the
  defendant to pay the fee [cost of attending the program] in
  installments during the deferral period.
         SECTION 2.20.  Article 45.051(a-1), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as amended by Chapters 227 (H.B. 350) and 777
  (H.B. 1964), Acts of the 82nd Legislature, Regular Session, 2011,
  is reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (a-1)  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, as an
  alternative to requiring a defendant charged with one or more
  offenses to make payment of all fines [court costs] as required by
  Subsection (a), the judge may:
               (1)  allow the defendant to enter into an agreement for
  payment of those fines [costs] in installments during the
  defendant's period of probation;
               (2)  require an eligible defendant to discharge all or
  part of those fines [costs] by performing community service or
  attending a tutoring program under Article 45.049 or under Article 
  45.0492, as added by Chapter 227 (H.B. 350), Acts of the 82nd
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2011; or
               (3)  take any combination of actions authorized by
  Subdivision (1) or (2).
         SECTION 2.21.  Articles 45.0511(c-1), (f), (g), and (h),
  Code of Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (c-1)  In this subsection, "state electronic Internet
  portal" has the meaning assigned by Section 2054.003, Government
  Code.  As an alternative to receiving the defendant's driving
  record under Subsection (c)(2), the judge, at the time the
  defendant requests a driving safety course or motorcycle operator
  training course dismissal under this article, may require the
  defendant to pay a reimbursement fee in an amount equal to the sum
  of the amount of the fee established by Section 521.048,
  Transportation Code, and the state electronic Internet portal fee
  and, using the state electronic Internet portal, may request the
  Texas Department of Public Safety to provide the judge with a copy
  of the defendant's driving record that shows the information
  described by Section 521.047(b), Transportation Code.  As soon as
  practicable and using the state electronic Internet portal, the
  Texas Department of Public Safety shall provide the judge with the
  requested copy of the defendant's driving record.  The
  reimbursement fee authorized by this subsection is in addition to
  any other fee required under this article.  If the copy of the
  defendant's driving record provided to the judge under this
  subsection shows that the defendant has not completed an approved
  driving safety course or motorcycle operator training course, as
  appropriate, within the 12 months preceding the date of the
  offense, the judge shall allow the defendant to complete the
  appropriate course as provided by this article.  The custodian of a
  municipal or county treasury who receives reimbursement fees
  collected under this subsection shall keep a record of the fees and,
  without deduction or proration, forward the fees to the
  comptroller, with and in the manner required for other fees and
  costs received in connection with criminal cases.  The comptroller
  shall credit fees received under this subsection to the Texas
  Department of Public Safety.
         (f)  In addition to court costs and fees authorized or
  imposed by a law of this state and applicable to the offense, the
  court may:
               (1)  require a defendant requesting a course under
  Subsection (b) to pay a reimbursement [an administrative] fee [set
  by the court] to cover the cost of administering this article in 
  [at] an amount of not more than $10; or
               (2)  require a defendant requesting a course under
  Subsection (d) to pay a fine [fee] set by the court at an amount not
  to exceed the maximum amount of the fine for the offense committed
  by the defendant.
         (g)  A defendant who requests but does not take a course is
  not entitled to a refund of the reimbursement fee or fine assessed
  under Subsection (f).
         (h)  Money [Fees] collected by a municipal court shall be
  deposited in the municipal treasury. Money [Fees] collected by
  another court shall be deposited in the county treasury of the
  county in which the court is located.
         SECTION 2.22.  Articles 45.052(e), (g), and (i), Code of
  Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (e)  The justice or municipal court may require a person who
  requests a teen court program to pay a reimbursement fee not to
  exceed $10 that is set by the court to cover the costs of
  administering this article. Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected by
  a municipal court shall be deposited in the municipal treasury.
  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected by a justice court shall be
  deposited in the county treasury of the county in which the court is
  located. A person who requests a teen court program and fails to
  complete the program is not entitled to a refund of the fee.
         (g)  In addition to the reimbursement fee authorized by
  Subsection (e) [of this article], the court may require a child who
  requests a teen court program to pay a $10 reimbursement fee to
  cover the cost to the teen court for performing its duties under
  this article. The court shall pay the fee to the teen court
  program, and the teen court program must account to the court for
  the receipt and disbursal of the fee. A child who pays a fee under
  this subsection is not entitled to a refund of the fee, regardless
  of whether the child successfully completes the teen court program.
         (i)  Notwithstanding Subsection (e) or (g), a justice or
  municipal court that is located in the Texas-Louisiana border
  region, as defined by Section 2056.002, Government Code, may charge
  a reimbursement fee of $20 under those subsections.
         SECTION 2.23.  The heading to Article 45.203, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 45.203.  COLLECTION OF FINES AND[,] COSTS[, AND SPECIAL
  EXPENSES].
         SECTION 2.24.  Article 45.203(c), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (c)  The governing body of each municipality may prescribe by
  ordinance the collection, after due notice, of a fine [special
  expense,] not to exceed $25 for [the issuance and service of a
  warrant of arrest for] an offense under Section 38.10(e) [38.10],
  Penal Code, or Section 543.009, Transportation Code. Money
  collected from the fine [special expense] shall be paid into the
  municipal treasury for the use and benefit of the municipality.
         SECTION 2.25.  The heading to Article 102.001, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.001.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES FOR SERVICES OF PEACE
  OFFICERS.
         SECTION 2.26.  Article 102.001(b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  A [In addition to fees provided by Subsection (a), a]
  defendant required to pay reimbursement fees under this article
  shall [also] pay 15 cents per mile for mileage required of an
  officer to perform a service listed in this subsection and to return
  from performing that service. If the service provided is the
  execution of a writ and the writ is directed to two or more persons
  or the officer executes more than one writ in a case, the defendant
  is required to pay only mileage actually and necessarily traveled.
  In calculating mileage, the officer must use the railroad or the
  most practical route by private conveyance. This subsection
  applies to:
               (1)  conveying a prisoner after conviction to the
  county jail;
               (2)  conveying a prisoner arrested on a warrant or
  capias issued in another county to the court or jail of the county
  in which the warrant or capias was issued; and
               (3)  traveling to execute criminal process, to summon
  or attach a witness, and to execute process not otherwise described
  by this article.
         SECTION 2.27.  Article 102.007, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.007.  REIMBURSEMENT FEE FOR COLLECTING AND
  PROCESSING CHECK OR SIMILAR SIGHT ORDER. (a)  A county attorney,
  district attorney, or criminal district attorney may collect a
  reimbursement fee if the attorney's office collects and processes a
  check or similar sight order, as defined by Section 1.07, Penal
  Code, and [if] the check or similar sight order:
               (1)  has been issued or passed in a manner that makes
  the issuance or passing an offense under:
                     (A)  Section 31.03, Penal Code;
                     (B)  Section 31.04, Penal Code; or
                     (C)  Section 32.41, Penal Code; or
               (2)  has been forged, as defined by Section 32.21,
  Penal Code.
         (b)  The county attorney, district attorney, or criminal
  district attorney may collect the reimbursement fee from any person
  who is a party to the offense described in Subsection (a).
         (c)  The amount of the reimbursement fee may not exceed:
               (1)  $10 if the face amount of the check or sight order
  does not exceed $10;
               (2)  $15 if the face amount of the check or sight order
  is greater than $10 but does not exceed $100;
               (3)  $30 if the face amount of the check or sight order
  is greater than $100 but does not exceed $300;
               (4)  $50 if the face amount of the check or sight order
  is greater than $300 but does not exceed $500; and
               (5)  $75 if the face amount of the check or sight order
  is greater than $500.
         (d)  If the person from whom the reimbursement fee is
  collected was a party to the offense of forgery, as defined by
  Section 32.21, Penal Code, committed by altering the face amount of
  the check or sight order, the face amount as altered governs for the
  purposes of determining the amount of the fee.
         (e)  In addition to the reimbursement [collection] fee
  specified in Subsection (c), the county attorney, district
  attorney, or criminal district attorney may collect the fee
  authorized by Section 3.506, Business & Commerce Code, for the
  benefit of the holder of a check or similar sight order or the
  holder's assignee, agent, representative, or any other person
  retained by the holder to seek collection of the check or order.
         (f)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under Subsection
  (c) [of this article] shall be deposited in the county treasury in a
  special fund to be administered by the county attorney, district
  attorney, or criminal district attorney. Expenditures from this
  fund shall be at the sole discretion of the attorney and may be used
  only to defray the salaries and expenses of the prosecutor's
  office, but in no event may the county attorney, district attorney,
  or criminal district attorney supplement his or her own salary from
  this fund.
         (g)  In addition to the reimbursement [collection] fee
  specified in Subsections (b) and (c), the issuer of a check or
  similar sight order that has been issued or passed as described by
  Subsection (a)(1) is liable for a reimbursement fee in an amount
  equal to the costs of delivering notification by registered or
  certified mail with return receipt requested.  The reimbursement 
  fee under this subsection must be collected in all cases described
  by Subsection (a)(1), and on receipt of proof of the actual costs
  expended, the fee shall be remitted to the holder of the check or
  similar sight order.
         SECTION 2.28.  The heading to Article 102.011, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.011.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES FOR SERVICES OF PEACE
  OFFICERS.
         SECTION 2.29.  Articles 102.011(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and
  (i), Code of Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A defendant convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor shall
  pay the following reimbursement fees for services performed in the
  case by a peace officer:
               (1)  $5 for issuing a written notice to appear in court
  following the defendant's violation of a traffic law, municipal
  ordinance, or penal law of this state, or for making an arrest
  without a warrant;
               (2)  $50 for executing or processing an issued arrest
  warrant, capias, or capias pro fine, with the fee imposed for the
  services of:
                     (A)  the law enforcement agency that executed the
  arrest warrant or capias, if the agency requests of the court, not
  later than the 15th day after the date of the execution of the
  arrest warrant or capias, the imposition of the fee on conviction;
  or
                     (B)  the law enforcement agency that processed the
  arrest warrant or capias, if:
                           (i)  the arrest warrant or capias was not
  executed; or
                           (ii)  the executing law enforcement agency
  failed to request the fee within the period required by Paragraph
  (A) [of this subdivision];
               (3)  $5 for summoning a witness;
               (4)  $35 for serving a writ not otherwise listed in this
  article;
               (5)  $10 for taking and approving a bond and, if
  necessary, returning the bond to the courthouse;
               (6)  $5 for commitment or release;
               (7)  $5 for summoning a jury, if a jury is summoned; and
               (8)  $8 for each day's attendance of a prisoner in a
  habeas corpus case if the prisoner has been remanded to custody or
  held to bail.
         (b)  In addition to the reimbursement fees provided by
  Subsection (a) [of this article], a defendant required to pay
  reimbursement fees under this article shall also pay 29 cents per
  mile for mileage required of an officer to perform a service listed
  in this subsection and to return from performing that service.  If
  the service provided is the execution of a writ and the writ is
  directed to two or more persons or the officer executes more than
  one writ in a case, the defendant is required to pay only mileage
  actually and necessarily traveled.  In calculating mileage, the
  officer must use the railroad or the most practical route by private
  conveyance.  The defendant shall also pay all necessary and
  reasonable expenses for meals and lodging incurred by the officer
  in the performance of services under this subsection, to the extent
  such expenses meet the requirements of Section 611.001, Government
  Code.  This subsection applies to:
               (1)  conveying a prisoner after conviction to the
  county jail;
               (2)  conveying a prisoner arrested on a warrant or
  capias issued in another county to the court or jail of the county;
  and
               (3)  traveling to execute criminal process, to summon
  or attach a witness, and to execute process not otherwise described
  by this article.
         (c)  If an officer attaches a witness on the order of a court
  outside the county, the defendant shall pay a reimbursement fee of
  $10 per day or part of a day spent by the officer conveying the
  witness and actual necessary expenses for travel by the most
  practical public conveyance. In order to receive expenses under
  this subsection, the officer must make a sworn statement of the
  expenses and the judge issuing the attachment must approve the
  statement.
         (d)  A defendant shall pay for the services of a sheriff or
  constable who serves process and attends an examining trial in a
  felony or a misdemeanor case the same reimbursement fees allowed
  for those services in the trial of a felony or a misdemeanor, not to
  exceed $5.
         (e)  A reimbursement fee under Subsection (a)(1) or (2) 
  [(a)(2) of this article] shall be assessed on conviction,
  regardless of whether the defendant was also arrested at the same
  time for another offense, and shall be assessed for each arrest made
  of a defendant arising out of the offense for which the defendant
  has been convicted.
         (i)  In addition to reimbursement fees provided by
  Subsections (a) through (e) [(g) of this article], a defendant
  required to pay reimbursement fees under this article shall also
  pay the costs of overtime paid to a peace officer for time spent
  testifying in the trial of the case or for traveling to or from
  testifying in the trial of the case.
         SECTION 2.30.  Article 102.012, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.012.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES FOR PRETRIAL INTERVENTION
  PROGRAMS. (a)  A court that authorizes a defendant to participate
  in a pretrial intervention program established under Section
  76.011, Government Code, may order the defendant to pay to the court
  a supervision reimbursement fee in an amount not more than $60 per
  month as a condition of participating in the program.
         (b)  In addition to or in lieu of the supervision
  reimbursement fee authorized by Subsection (a), the court may order
  the defendant to pay or reimburse a community supervision and
  corrections department for any other expense that is:
               (1)  incurred as a result of the defendant's
  participation in the pretrial intervention program, other than an
  expense described by Article 102.0121; or
               (2)  necessary to the defendant's successful completion
  of the program.
         SECTION 2.31.  Article 102.0121, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0121.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES FOR CERTAIN EXPENSES
  RELATED TO PRETRIAL INTERVENTION PROGRAMS. (a)  A district
  attorney, criminal district attorney, or county attorney may
  collect a reimbursement fee in an amount not to exceed $500 to be
  used to reimburse a county for expenses, including expenses of the
  district attorney's, criminal district attorney's, or county
  attorney's office, related to a defendant's participation in a
  pretrial intervention program offered in that county.
         (b)  The district attorney, criminal district attorney, or
  county attorney may collect the reimbursement fee from any
  defendant who participates in a pretrial intervention program
  administered in any part by the attorney's office.
         (c)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this article
  shall be deposited in the county treasury in a special fund to be
  used solely to administer the pretrial intervention program.  An
  expenditure from the fund may be made only in accordance with a
  budget approved by the commissioners court.
         SECTION 2.32.  The heading to Article 102.014, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.014.  FINES [COURT COSTS] FOR CHILD SAFETY FUND IN
  MUNICIPALITIES.
         SECTION 2.33.  Articles 102.014(a), (b), (c), (d), (f), (g),
  and (h), Code of Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  The governing body of a municipality with a population
  greater than 850,000 according to the most recent federal decennial
  census that has adopted an ordinance, regulation, or order
  regulating the stopping, standing, or parking of vehicles as
  allowed by Section 542.202, Transportation Code, or Chapter 682,
  Transportation Code, shall by order assess [a court cost] on each
  parking violation a fine of not less than $2 and not to exceed $5.  
  [The court costs under this subsection shall be collected in the
  same manner that other fines in the case are collected.]
         (b)  The governing body of a municipality with a population
  less than 850,000 according to the most recent federal decennial
  census that has adopted an ordinance, regulation, or order
  regulating the stopping, standing, or parking of vehicles as
  allowed by Section 542.202, Transportation Code, or Chapter 682,
  Transportation Code, may by order assess [a court cost] on each
  parking violation a fine not to exceed $5.  [The additional court
  cost under this subsection shall be collected in the same manner
  that other fines in the case are collected.]
         (c)  A person convicted of an offense under Subtitle C, Title
  7, Transportation Code, when the offense occurs within a school
  crossing zone as defined by Section 541.302 of that code, shall pay
  a fine of [as court costs] $25 [in addition to other taxable court
  costs]. A person convicted of an offense under Section 545.066,
  Transportation Code, shall pay a fine of [as court costs] $25 in
  addition to other taxable court costs. A fine [The additional court
  costs] under this subsection [shall be collected in the same manner
  that other fines and taxable court costs in the case are collected
  and] shall be assessed only in a municipality.
         (d)  A person convicted of an offense under Section 25.093,
  Education Code, shall pay a fine of [as taxable court costs] $20 [in
  addition to other taxable court costs. The additional court costs
  under this subsection shall be collected in the same manner that
  other fines and taxable court costs in the case are collected].
         (f)  In a municipality with a population greater than 850,000
  according to the most recent federal decennial census, the officer
  collecting a fine [the costs] in a municipal court case shall
  deposit money collected under this article in the municipal child
  safety trust fund established as required by Chapter 106, Local
  Government Code.
         (g)  In a municipality with a population less than 850,000
  according to the most recent federal decennial census, the money
  collected under this article in a municipal court case must be used
  for a school crossing guard program if the municipality operates
  one. If the municipality does not operate a school crossing guard
  program or if the money received from fines [court costs] from
  municipal court cases exceeds the amount necessary to fund the
  school crossing guard program, the municipality may:
               (1)  deposit the additional money in an
  interest-bearing account;
               (2)  expend the additional money for programs designed
  to enhance child safety, health, or nutrition, including child
  abuse prevention and intervention and drug and alcohol abuse
  prevention; or
               (3)  expend the additional money for programs designed
  to enhance public safety and security.
         (h)  Money collected under this article in a justice, county,
  or district court shall be used to fund school crossing guard
  programs in the county where they are collected. If the county does
  not operate a school crossing guard program, the county may:
               (1)  remit fine [fee] revenues to school districts in
  its jurisdiction for the purpose of providing school crossing guard
  services;
               (2)  fund programs the county is authorized by law to
  provide which are designed to enhance child safety, health, or
  nutrition, including child abuse prevention and intervention and
  drug and alcohol abuse prevention;
               (3)  provide funding to the sheriff's department for
  school-related activities;
               (4)  provide funding to the county juvenile probation
  department; or
               (5)  deposit the money in the general fund of the
  county.
         SECTION 2.34.  The heading to Article 102.0171, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0171.  FINES [COURT COSTS]:  JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
  PREVENTION FUNDS.
         SECTION 2.35.  Articles 102.0171(a) and (c), Code of
  Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A defendant convicted of an offense under Section 28.08,
  Penal Code, in a county court, county court at law, or district
  court shall pay a fine of $50 for juvenile delinquency prevention
  and graffiti eradication [fee as a cost of court].
         (c)  The clerks of the respective courts shall collect the
  fines [costs] and pay the fines [them] to the county treasurer or to
  any other official who discharges the duties commonly delegated to
  the county treasurer for deposit in a fund to be known as the county
  juvenile delinquency prevention fund. A fund designated by this
  subsection may be used only to:
               (1)  repair damage caused by the commission of offenses
  under Section 28.08, Penal Code;
               (2)  provide educational and intervention programs and
  materials, including printed educational materials for
  distribution to primary and secondary school students, designed to
  prevent individuals from committing offenses under Section 28.08,
  Penal Code;
               (3)  provide to the public rewards for identifying and
  aiding in the apprehension and prosecution of offenders who commit
  offenses under Section 28.08, Penal Code;
               (4)  provide funding for teen recognition and teen
  recreation programs;
               (5)  provide funding for local teen court programs;
               (6)  provide funding for the local juvenile probation
  department; and
               (7)  provide educational and intervention programs
  designed to prevent juveniles from engaging in delinquent conduct.
         SECTION 2.36.  The heading to Article 102.018, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.018.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES AND EXPENSES [COSTS]
  ATTENDANT TO INTOXICATION CONVICTIONS.
         SECTION 2.37.  Articles 102.018(a) and (b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  Except as provided by Subsection (d) [of this article],
  on conviction of an offense relating to the driving or operating of
  a motor vehicle under Section 49.04, Penal Code, the court shall
  impose a reimbursement fee [cost] of $15 on a defendant if,
  subsequent to the arrest of the defendant, a law enforcement agency
  visually recorded the defendant with an electronic device.
  Reimbursement fees [Costs] imposed under this subsection are in
  addition to other court costs or fees and are due whether or not the
  defendant is granted probation in the case.  The court shall collect
  the reimbursement fees [costs] in the same manner as other fees
  [costs] are collected in the case.
         (b)  Except as provided by Subsection (d), on conviction of
  an offense relating to the driving or operating of a motor vehicle
  punishable under Section 49.04(b), Penal Code, the court shall
  impose as a reimbursement fee [cost of court] on the defendant an
  amount that is equal to the reimbursement fee [cost] of an
  evaluation of the defendant performed under Article 42A.402(a).  
  Reimbursement fees [Costs] imposed under this subsection are in
  addition to other court costs and are due whether or not the
  defendant is granted community supervision in the case, except that
  if the court determines that the defendant is indigent and unable to
  pay the fee [cost], the court may waive the imposition of the fee
  [cost].
         SECTION 2.38.  Article 102.0185, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0185.  FINE FOR [ADDITIONAL COSTS ATTENDANT TO]
  INTOXICATION CONVICTIONS: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, TRAUMA
  FACILITIES, AND TRAUMA CARE SYSTEMS. (a)  In addition to the
  reimbursement fee [costs on conviction] imposed by Article 
  [Articles 102.016 and] 102.018, a person convicted of an offense
  under Chapter 49, Penal Code, except for Sections 49.02 and 49.031
  of that code, shall pay a fine of $100 on conviction of the offense.
         (b)  Fines [Costs] imposed under this article are imposed
  without regard to whether the defendant is placed on community
  supervision after being convicted of the offense or receives
  deferred disposition or deferred adjudication for the offense.
         (c)  Fines [Costs] imposed under this article are collected
  in the manner provided for the collection of court costs by
  Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local Government Code.
         (d)  The officer collecting the fines [costs] under this
  article shall keep separate records of the money collected and
  shall pay the money to the custodian of the municipal or county
  treasury.
         (e)  The custodian of the municipal or county treasury shall:
               (1)  keep records of the amount of money collected
  under this article that is deposited with the treasury under this
  article; and
               (2)  not later than the last day of the first month
  following each calendar quarter:
                     (A)  pay the money collected under this article
  during the preceding calendar quarter to the comptroller; or
                     (B)  if, in the calendar quarter, the custodian of
  the municipal or county treasury did not receive any money
  attributable to fines [costs] paid under this article, file a
  report with the comptroller stating that fact.
         (f)  The comptroller shall deposit the funds received under
  this article to the credit of the account established under Section
  773.006, Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 2.39.  The heading to Article 102.0186, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0186.  FINE FOR [ADDITIONAL COSTS ATTENDANT TO]
  CERTAIN CHILD SEXUAL ASSAULT AND RELATED CONVICTIONS.
         SECTION 2.40.  Articles 102.0186(a), (b), and (c), Code of
  Criminal Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A person convicted of an offense under Section 21.02,
  21.11, 22.011(a)(2), 22.021(a)(1)(B), 43.25, 43.251, or 43.26,
  Penal Code, shall pay a fine of $100 on conviction of the offense.
         (b)  A fine [Costs] imposed under this article is [are]
  imposed without regard to whether the defendant is placed on
  community supervision after being convicted of the offense or
  receives deferred adjudication for the offense.
         (c)  The clerks of the respective courts shall collect the
  fines [costs] and pay the fines [them] to the county treasurer or to
  any other official who discharges the duties commonly delegated to
  the county treasurer for deposit in a fund to be known as the county
  child abuse prevention fund.  A fund designated by this subsection
  may be used only to fund child abuse prevention programs in the
  county where the court is located.
         SECTION 2.41.  Article 104.002(d), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A person who is or was a prisoner in a county jail and
  received medical, dental, or health related services from a county
  or a hospital district shall be required to pay a reimbursement fee
  for such services when they are rendered. If such prisoner is an
  eligible county resident as defined in Section 61.002, Health and
  Safety Code, the county or hospital district providing the services
  has a right of subrogation to the prisoner's right of recovery from
  any source, limited to the cost of services provided. A prisoner,
  unless the prisoner fully pays for the cost of services received,
  shall remain obligated to reimburse the county or hospital district
  for any medical, dental, or health services provided, and the
  county or hospital district may apply for reimbursement in the
  manner provided by Chapter 61, Health and Safety Code. A county or
  hospital district shall have authority to recover the amount
  expended in a civil action.
         SECTION 2.42.  Sections 54.032(e), (g), and (h), Family
  Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (e)  The court may require a child who requests a teen court
  program to pay a reimbursement fee not to exceed $10 that is set by
  the court to cover the costs of administering this section. The
  court shall deposit the fee in the county treasury of the county in
  which the court is located. A child who requests a teen court
  program and does not complete the program is not entitled to a
  refund of the fee.
         (g)  In addition to the reimbursement fee authorized by
  Subsection (e), the court may require a child who requests a teen
  court program to pay a $10 reimbursement fee to cover the cost to
  the teen court for performing its duties under this section. The
  court shall pay the fee to the teen court program, and the teen
  court program must account to the court for the receipt and
  disbursal of the fee. A child who pays a fee under this subsection
  is not entitled to a refund of the fee, regardless of whether the
  child successfully completes the teen court program.
         (h)  Notwithstanding Subsection (e) or (g), a juvenile court
  that is located in the Texas-Louisiana border region, as defined by
  Section 2056.002, Government Code, may charge a reimbursement fee
  of $20 under those subsections.
         SECTION 2.43.  Sections 41.258(b), (c), (d), and (f),
  Government Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (b)  A court, judge, magistrate, peace officer, or other
  officer taking a bail bond for an offense other than a misdemeanor
  punishable by fine only under Chapter 17, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, shall require the payment of a $15 reimbursement fee
  [cost] by each surety posting the bail bond, provided the fee [cost]
  does not exceed $30 for all bail bonds posted at that time for an
  individual and the fee [cost] is not required on the posting of a
  personal or cash bond.
         (c)  An officer collecting a reimbursement fee [cost] under
  this section shall deposit the fee [cost] in the county treasury in
  accordance with Article 103.004, Code of Criminal Procedure.
         (d)  An officer who collects a reimbursement fee [cost] due
  under this section shall:
               (1)  keep separate records of the funds collected; and
               (2)  file the reports required by Article 103.005, Code
  of Criminal Procedure.
         (f)  A surety paying a reimbursement fee [cost] under
  Subsection (b) may apply for and is entitled to a refund of the fee
  [cost] not later than the 181st day after the date the state
  declines to prosecute an individual or the grand jury declines to
  indict an individual.
         SECTION 2.44.  The heading to Section 76.015, Government
  Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 76.015.  REIMBURSEMENT [ADMINISTRATIVE] FEE.
         SECTION 2.45.  Section 76.015(c), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  A department may assess a reasonable reimbursement
  [administrative] fee of not less than $25 and not more than $60 per
  month on an individual who participates in a program operated by the
  department or receives services from the department and who is not
  paying a monthly reimbursement fee under Article 42A.652, Code of
  Criminal Procedure.
         SECTION 2.46.  Section 123.004, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 123.004.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES. (a)  A drug court
  program established under this chapter may collect from a
  participant in the program:
               (1)  a reasonable reimbursement fee for the program
  [fee] not to exceed $1,000; and
               (2)  an alcohol or controlled substance testing,
  counseling, and treatment reimbursement fee in an amount necessary
  to cover the costs of the testing, counseling, and treatment.
         (b)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this section
  may be paid on a periodic basis or on a deferred payment schedule at
  the discretion of the judge, magistrate, or coordinator.  The fees
  must be:
               (1)  based on the participant's ability to pay; and
               (2)  used only for purposes specific to the program.
         SECTION 2.47.  Section 124.005, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 124.005.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES. (a)  A veterans
  treatment court program established under this chapter may collect
  from a participant in the program:
               (1)  a reasonable reimbursement fee for the program
  [fee] not to exceed $1,000; and
               (2)  a testing, counseling, and treatment
  reimbursement fee in an amount necessary to cover the costs of any
  testing, counseling, or treatment performed or provided under the
  program.
         (b)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this section
  may be paid on a periodic basis or on a deferred payment schedule at
  the discretion of the judge, magistrate, or coordinator.  The fees
  must be:
               (1)  based on the participant's ability to pay; and
               (2)  used only for purposes specific to the program.
         SECTION 2.48.  Section 126.006, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 126.006.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES. (a)  A commercially
  sexually exploited persons court program established under this
  chapter may collect from a participant in the program a
  nonrefundable reimbursement fee for the program [fee] in a
  reasonable amount not to exceed $1,000, from which the following
  must be paid:
               (1)  a counseling and services reimbursement fee in an
  amount necessary to cover the costs of the counseling and services
  provided by the program; and
               (2)  [a victim services fee in an amount equal to 10
  percent of the amount paid under Subdivision (1), to be deposited to
  the credit of the general revenue fund to be appropriated only to
  cover costs associated with the grant program described by Section
  531.383; and
               [(3)]  a law enforcement training reimbursement fee, in
  an amount equal to five percent of the total amount paid under
  Subdivision (1), to be deposited to the credit of the treasury of
  the county or municipality that established the program to cover
  costs associated with the provision of training to law enforcement
  personnel on domestic violence, prostitution, and the trafficking
  of persons.
         (b)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this section
  may be paid on a periodic basis or on a deferred payment schedule at
  the discretion of the judge, magistrate, or coordinator.  The fees
  must be based on the participant's ability to pay.
         SECTION 2.49.  Section 129.006, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 129.006.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES. (a)  A public safety
  employees treatment court program established under this chapter
  may collect from a participant in the program:
               (1)  a reasonable reimbursement fee for the program
  [fee] not to exceed $1,000; and
               (2)  a testing, counseling, and treatment
  reimbursement fee in an amount necessary to cover the costs of any
  testing, counseling, or treatment performed or provided under the
  program.
         (b)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this section
  may be paid on a periodic basis or on a deferred payment schedule at
  the discretion of the judge, magistrate, or coordinator.  The fees
  must be:
               (1)  based on the participant's ability to pay; and
               (2)  used only for purposes specific to the program.
         SECTION 2.50.  Section 161.255(b), Health and Safety Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The court shall charge an applicant a reimbursement fee
  in the amount of $30 for each application for expungement filed
  under this section to defray the cost of notifying state agencies of
  orders of expungement under this section.
         SECTION 2.51.  Section 169.005, Health and Safety Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 169.005.  REIMBURSEMENT FEES. (a)  A first offender
  prostitution prevention program established under this chapter may
  collect from a participant in the program a nonrefundable
  reimbursement [program] fee for the program in a reasonable amount
  not to exceed $1,000, from which the following must be paid:
               (1)  a counseling and services reimbursement fee in an
  amount necessary to cover the costs of the counseling and services
  provided by the program; and
               (2)  [a victim services fee in an amount equal to 10
  percent of the amount paid under Subdivision (1), to be deposited to
  the credit of the general revenue fund to be appropriated only to
  cover costs associated with the grant program described by Section
  531.383, Government Code; and
               [(3)]  a law enforcement training reimbursement fee, in
  an amount equal to five percent of the total amount paid under
  Subdivision (1), to be deposited to the credit of the treasury of
  the county or municipality that established the program to cover
  costs associated with the provision of training to law enforcement
  personnel on domestic violence, prostitution, and the trafficking
  of persons.
         (b)  Reimbursement fees [Fees] collected under this section
  may be paid on a periodic basis or on a deferred payment schedule at
  the discretion of the judge, magistrate, or program director
  administering the first offender prostitution prevention program.  
  The fees must be based on the participant's ability to pay.
         SECTION 2.52.  Section 132.002, Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 132.002.  PAYMENT OF FEES OR COSTS BY CREDIT CARD OR
  ELECTRONIC MEANS. (a)  The commissioners court of a county may
  authorize a county or precinct officer who collects fees, fines,
  court costs, or other charges on behalf of the county or the state
  to accept payment by credit card, the electronic processing of
  checks, or other electronic means of a fee, fine, court costs, or
  other charge.  The commissioners court may also authorize a county
  or precinct officer to collect and retain a reimbursement fee for
  processing the payment by credit card, the electronic processing of
  checks, or other electronic means.
         (b)  The governing body of a municipality may authorize a
  municipal official who collects fees, fines, court costs, or other
  charges to:
               (1)  accept payment by credit card of a fee, fine, court
  cost, or other charge; and
               (2)  collect a reimbursement fee for processing the
  payment by credit card.
         (c)  The governing body of a municipality may authorize the
  acceptance of payment by credit card without requiring collection
  of a reimbursement fee.
         (d)  The commissioners court may authorize a county or
  precinct officer who collects fees, fines, court costs, or other
  charges on behalf of the county or the state to accept payment by
  electronic means of a fee, fine, court costs, or other charge. The
  commissioners court may also authorize a county or precinct officer
  to collect and retain a reimbursement [handling] fee for processing
  the payment by electronic means.
         (e)  A commissioners court may authorize the acceptance of
  payment by credit card or by electronic means without requiring
  collection of a reimbursement fee.
         (f)  The director of a community supervision and corrections
  department, with the approval of the judges described by Section
  76.002, Government Code, may authorize a community supervision
  official who collects fees, fines, court costs, and other charges
  to:
               (1)  accept payment by debit card or credit card of a
  fee, fine, court cost, or other charge; and
               (2)  collect a reimbursement fee for processing the
  payment by debit card or credit card.
         SECTION 2.53.  Section 132.003, Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 132.003.  REIMBURSEMENT [PROCESSING OR HANDLING] FEE
  FOR PROCESSING CERTAIN PAYMENTS. (a)  The commissioners court
  shall set a reimbursement [processing] fee in an amount that is
  reasonably related to the expense incurred by the county or
  precinct officer in processing the payment by credit card.
  However, the court may not set the [processing] fee authorized by
  this subsection in an amount that exceeds five percent of the amount
  of the fee, court cost, or other charge being paid.
         (b)  The governing body of a municipality shall set the
  reimbursement [processing] fee in an amount that is reasonably
  related to the expense incurred by the municipal official in
  processing the payment by credit card. However, the governing body
  may not set the [processing] fee authorized by this subsection in an
  amount that exceeds five percent of the amount of the fee, fine,
  court cost, or other charge being paid.
         (c)  If the commissioners court authorizes collection of a
  reimbursement [handling] fee for processing a payment by electronic
  means under Section 132.002(d) [132.002(c)], the reimbursement fee
  shall be set:
               (1)  at a flat rate that does not exceed $5 for each
  payment transaction; or
               (2)  at a rate that is reasonably related to the expense
  incurred by the county or precinct officer in processing a payment
  by electronic means and that does not exceed five percent of the
  amount of the fee, court cost, or other charge being paid.
         (d)  In addition to the reimbursement fee set under
  Subsection (a), the commissioners court of a county may authorize a
  county or precinct officer to collect on behalf of the county from a
  person making payment by credit card a reimbursement fee in an
  amount equal to the amount of any transaction fee charged to the
  county by a vendor providing services in connection with payments
  made by credit card. The limitation prescribed by Subsection (a) on
  the amount of a reimbursement fee under that subsection does not
  apply to a reimbursement fee collected under this subsection.
         SECTION 2.54.  Section 133.103, Local Government Code, is
  transferred to Subchapter A, Chapter 102, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, redesignated as Article 102.030, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, and amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.030  [Sec. 133.103].  TIME PAYMENT REIMBURSEMENT
  FEE. (a)  A person convicted of an offense shall pay[, in addition
  to all other costs,] a reimbursement fee of $15 [$25] if the person:
               (1)  has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor; and
               (2)  pays any part of a fine, court costs, or
  restitution, or another reimbursement fee, on or after the 31st day
  after the date on which a judgment is entered assessing the fine,
  court costs, [or] restitution, or other reimbursement fee.
         (b)  The [Except as provided by Subsection (c-1), the
  treasurer shall send 50 percent of the fees collected under this
  section to the comptroller.   The comptroller shall deposit the fees
  received to the credit of the general revenue fund.
         [(c)  Except as provided by Subsection (c-1), the] treasurer
  shall deposit [10 percent of] the reimbursement fees collected
  under this section in a separate account in the general fund of the
  county or municipality to be used for the purpose of improving the
  collection of outstanding court costs, fines, reimbursement fees,
  or restitution or improving the efficiency of the administration of
  justice in the county or municipality.  The county or municipality
  shall prioritize the needs of the judicial officer who collected
  the fees when making expenditures under this subsection and use the
  money deposited to provide for those needs.
         [(c-1)     The treasurer shall send to the comptroller 100
  percent of the fees collected under this section if, during an audit
  under Article 103.0033(j), Code of Criminal Procedure, the Office
  of Court Administration of the Texas Judicial System determines
  that the municipality or county is not in compliance with Article
  103.0033, Code of Criminal Procedure, and is unable to reestablish
  compliance on or before the 180th day after the date the
  municipality or county receives written notice of noncompliance
  from the office.   After any period in which the treasurer is
  required under this subsection to send 100 percent of the fees
  collected under this section to the comptroller, the municipality
  or county shall begin once more to dispose of fees as otherwise
  provided by this section on receipt of a written confirmation from
  the office that the municipality or county is in compliance with
  Article 103.0033, Code of Criminal Procedure.
         [(d)     The treasurer shall deposit the remainder of the fees
  collected under this section in the general revenue account of the
  county or municipality.]
         SECTION 2.55.  The heading to Section 31.127, Parks and
  Wildlife Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 31.127.  PENALTIES AND FINES.
         SECTION 2.56.  Section 31.127(f), Parks and Wildlife Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (f)  A court may dismiss a charge of operating a vessel with
  an expired certificate of number under Section 31.021 if:
               (1)  the defendant remedies the defect not later than
  the 10th working day after the date of the offense and pays a fine
  [an administrative fee] not to exceed $10; and
               (2)  the certificate of number has not been expired for
  more than 60 days.
         SECTION 2.57.  The heading to Section 284.2031,
  Transportation Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 284.2031.  CIVIL AND CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT:  FINE
  [COST].
         SECTION 2.58.  Section 284.2031(a), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A county may impose, in addition to other costs, a fine
  of $1 [as a court cost] on conviction to a defendant convicted of an
  offense under Section 284.070, 284.0701, or 284.203 in an action
  brought by the county or district attorney.
         SECTION 2.59.  The heading to Section 284.2032,
  Transportation Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 284.2032.  FINE [ADDITIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE COST] IN
  CERTAIN COUNTIES.
         SECTION 2.60.  Section 284.2032(a), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A county with a population of 3.3 million or more may
  impose a fine of[, in addition to other costs,] $1 [as an
  administrative cost associated with collecting a toll or charge]
  for each event of nonpayment of a required toll or charge imposed
  under Section 284.069.
         SECTION 2.61.  Sections 502.010(f), (f-1), (i), and (j),
  Transportation Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (f)  Except as otherwise provided by this section, a county
  that has a contract under Subsection (b) may impose an additional
  reimbursement fee of $20 to:
               (1)  a person who fails to pay a fine, fee, or tax to the
  county by the date on which the fine, fee, or tax is due; or
               (2)  a person who fails to appear in connection with a
  complaint, citation, information, or indictment in a court in which
  a criminal proceeding is pending against the owner.
         (f-1)  The additional reimbursement fee may be used only to
  reimburse the department or the county assessor-collector for its
  expenses for providing services under the contract, or another
  county department for expenses related to services under the
  contract.
         (i)  A municipal court judge or justice of the peace who has
  jurisdiction over the underlying offense may waive an additional
  reimbursement fee imposed under Subsection (f) if the judge or
  justice makes a finding that the defendant is economically unable
  to pay the fee or that good cause exists for the waiver.
         (j)  If a county assessor-collector is notified that the
  court having jurisdiction over the underlying offense has waived
  the past due fine or fee, including a reimbursement fee, due to the
  defendant's indigency, the county may not impose an additional
  reimbursement fee on the defendant under Subsection (f).
         SECTION 2.62.  Section 502.407(b), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  A justice of the peace or municipal court judge having
  jurisdiction of the offense may:
               (1)  dismiss a charge of driving with an expired motor
  vehicle registration if the defendant:
                     (A)  remedies the defect not later than the 20th
  working day after the date of the offense or before the defendant's
  first court appearance date, whichever is later; and
                     (B)  establishes that the fee prescribed by
  Section 502.045 has been paid; and
               (2)  assess a fine [an administrative fee] not to
  exceed $20 when the charge is dismissed.
         SECTION 2.63.  Section 502.473(d), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A court may dismiss a charge brought under Subsection
  (a) if the defendant pays a fine [an administrative fee] not to
  exceed $10 and:
               (1)  remedies the defect before the defendant's first
  court appearance; or
               (2)  shows that  the motor vehicle was issued a
  registration insignia by the department that was attached to the
  motor vehicle, establishing that the vehicle was registered for the
  period during which the offense was committed.
         SECTION 2.64.  Section 502.475(c), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  A court may dismiss a charge brought under Subsection
  (a)(3) if the defendant:
               (1)  remedies the defect before the defendant's first
  court appearance; and
               (2)  pays a fine [an administrative fee] not to exceed
  $10.
         SECTION 2.65.  Section 504.943(d), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A court may dismiss a charge brought under Subsection
  (a)(1) if the defendant:
               (1)  remedies the defect before the defendant's first
  court appearance; and
               (2)  pays a fine [an administrative fee] not to exceed
  $10.
         SECTION 2.66.  Section 504.945(d), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A court may dismiss a charge brought under Subsection
  (a)(3), (5), (6), or (7) if the defendant:
               (1)  remedies the defect before the defendant's first
  court appearance;
               (2)  pays a fine [an administrative fee] not to exceed
  $10; and
               (3)  shows that the vehicle was issued a plate by the
  department that was attached to the vehicle, establishing that the
  vehicle was registered for the period during which the offense was
  committed.
         SECTION 2.67.  Section 521.026(b), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The judge may assess the defendant a fine [an
  administrative fee] not to exceed $20 when the charge of driving
  with an expired driver's license is dismissed under Subsection (a).
         SECTION 2.68.  Section 521.054(d), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A court may dismiss a charge for a violation of this
  section if the defendant remedies the defect not later than the 20th
  working day after the date of the offense and pays a fine [an
  administrative fee] not to exceed $20.  The court may waive the fine
  [administrative fee] if the waiver is in the interest of justice.
         SECTION 2.69.  Section 521.221(d), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A court may dismiss a charge for a violation of this
  section if:
               (1)  the restriction or endorsement was imposed:
                     (A)  because of a physical condition that was
  surgically or otherwise medically corrected before the date of the
  offense; or
                     (B)  in error and that fact is established by the
  defendant;
               (2)  the department removes the restriction or
  endorsement before the defendant's first court appearance; and
               (3)  the defendant pays a fine [an administrative fee]
  not to exceed $10.
         SECTION 2.70.  The heading to Section 542.403,
  Transportation Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 542.403.  FINES [COURT COSTS].
         SECTION 2.71.  Sections 542.403(a) and (b), Transportation
  Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  In addition to other costs, the court shall order a
  person convicted of a misdemeanor under this subtitle to [shall]
  pay a fine of $3 [as a cost of court].
         (b)  The officer who collects a fine [cost] under this
  section shall:
               (1)  deposit in the municipal treasury a fine [cost]
  collected in a municipal court case; and
               (2)  deposit in the county treasury a fine [cost]
  collected in a justice court case or in a county court case,
  including a case appealed from a justice or municipal court.
         SECTION 2.72.  Section 547.004(c), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  A court may dismiss a charge brought under this section
  if the defendant:
               (1)  remedies the defect before the defendant's first
  court appearance; and
               (2)  pays a fine [an administrative fee] not to exceed
  $10.
         SECTION 2.73.  Section 548.605(e), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (e)  A court shall:
               (1)  dismiss a charge under this section if the
  defendant remedies the defect:
                     (A)  not later than the 20th working day after the
  date of the citation or before the defendant's first court
  appearance date, whichever is later; and
                     (B)  not later than the 40th working day after the
  applicable deadline provided by this chapter, Chapter 382, Health
  and Safety Code, or the department's administrative rules regarding
  inspection requirements; and
               (2)  assess a fine [an administrative fee] not to
  exceed $20 when the charge has been remedied under Subdivision (1).
         SECTION 2.74.  Section 601.263, Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 601.263.  REIMBURSEMENT FEE [COST] FOR IMPOUNDMENT.
  The court shall impose against the defendant a reimbursement fee
  [cost] of $15 a day for each day of impoundment of the defendant's
  vehicle.
         SECTION 2.75.  The heading to Section 681.013,
  Transportation Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 681.013.  DISMISSAL OF CHARGE; FINE [ADMINISTRATIVE
  FEE].
         SECTION 2.76.  Section 681.013(b), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The court shall:
               (1)  dismiss a charge for an offense under Section
  681.011(b)(1) if:
                     (A)  the vehicle displayed a disabled parking
  placard that was not valid as expired;
                     (B)  the defendant remedies the defect by renewing
  the expired disabled parking placard within 20 working days from
  the date of the offense or before the defendant's first court
  appearance date, whichever is later; and
                     (C)  the disabled parking placard has not been
  expired for more than 60 days; and
               (2)  assess a fine [an administrative fee] not to
  exceed $20 when the charge has been remedied.
         SECTION 2.77.  Section 702.003(e-1), Transportation Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (e-1)  A municipality that has a contract under Subsection
  (b) may impose an additional $20 reimbursement fee to a person who
  has an outstanding warrant from the municipality for failure to
  appear or failure to pay a fine on a complaint that involves the
  violation of a traffic law. The additional reimbursement fee may be
  used only to reimburse the department or the county
  assessor-collector for its expenses for providing services under
  the contract, or another county department for expenses related to
  services under the contract.
         SECTION 2.78.  Section 706.006, Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 706.006.  PAYMENT OF REIMBURSEMENT [ADMINISTRATIVE]
  FEE. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (d), a person who fails
  to appear for a complaint or citation for an offense described by
  Section 706.002(a) shall be required to pay a reimbursement [an
  administrative] fee of $10 [$30] for each complaint or citation
  reported to the department under this chapter, unless:
               (1)  the person is acquitted of the charges for which
  the person failed to appear;
               (2)  the charges on which the person failed to appear
  were dismissed with prejudice by motion of the appropriate
  prosecuting attorney for lack of evidence;
               (3)  the failure to appear report was sent to the
  department in error; or
               (4)  the case regarding the complaint or citation is
  closed and the failure to appear report has been destroyed in
  accordance with the applicable political subdivision's records
  retention policy.
         (a-1)  A person who is required to pay a reimbursement fee
  under Subsection (a) shall pay the fee when:
               (1)  the court enters judgment on the underlying
  offense reported to the department;
               (2)  the underlying offense is dismissed, other than a
  dismissal described by Subsection (a)(2); or
               (3)  bond or other security is posted to reinstate the
  charge for which the warrant was issued.
         (b)  Except as provided by Subsection (d), a person who fails
  to pay or satisfy a judgment ordering the payment of a fine and cost
  in the manner the court orders shall be required to pay a
  reimbursement [an administrative] fee of $10 [$30].
         (c)  The department may deny renewal of the driver's license
  of a person who does not pay a reimbursement fee due under this
  section until the fee is paid. The fee required by this section is
  in addition to any other fee required by law.
         (d)  If the court having jurisdiction over the underlying
  offense makes a finding that the person is indigent, the person may
  not be required to pay a reimbursement [an administrative] fee
  under this section. For purposes of this subsection, a person is
  presumed to be indigent if the person:
               (1)  is required to attend school full time under
  Section 25.085, Education Code;
               (2)  is a member of a household with a total annual
  income that is below 125 percent of the applicable income level
  established by the federal poverty guidelines; or
               (3)  receives assistance from:
                     (A)  the financial assistance program established
  under Chapter 31, Human Resources Code;
                     (B)  the medical assistance program under Chapter
  32, Human Resources Code;
                     (C)  the supplemental nutrition assistance
  program established under Chapter 33, Human Resources Code;
                     (D)  the federal special supplemental nutrition
  program for women, infants, and children authorized by 42 U.S.C.
  Section 1786; or
                     (E)  the child health plan program under Chapter
  62, Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 2.79.  The heading to Section 706.007,
  Transportation Code, is amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 706.007.  [RECORDS RELATING TO FEES;] DISPOSITION OF
  FEES.
         SECTION 2.80.  Sections 706.007(a) and (d), Transportation
  Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (a)  An officer collecting a reimbursement fee under Section
  706.006 shall remit the money to the municipal or county treasurer,
  as applicable [keep records and deposit the money as provided by
  Subchapter B, Chapter 133, Local Government Code].
         (d)  The [Of each fee collected under Section 706.006, the]
  custodian of a municipal or county treasury shall[:
               [(1)     send $20 to the comptroller on or before the last
  day of each calendar quarter; and
               [(2)]  deposit the money collected under Section
  706.006 [remainder] to the credit of the general fund of the
  municipality or county for the purposes of Section 706.008.
  ARTICLE 3.  REPEALERS AND CONFORMING AMENDMENTS
         SECTION 3.01.  Section 3.506(c), Business & Commerce Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (c)  A person may not charge a processing fee to a drawer or
  indorser under this section if a reimbursement [the] fee has been
  collected under Article 102.007(e) [or 102.0071], Code of Criminal
  Procedure.  If a processing fee has been collected under this
  section and the holder subsequently receives a reimbursement fee
  collected under Article 102.007(e) [or 102.0071], Code of Criminal
  Procedure, the holder shall immediately refund the fee previously
  collected from the drawer or indorser.
         SECTION 3.02.  Article 42.037, Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended by amending Subsection (g) and adding Subsections (g-1)
  and (g-2) to read as follows:
         (g)[(1)]  The court may require a defendant to make
  restitution under this article within a specified period or in
  specified installments. [If the court requires the defendant to
  make restitution in specified installments, in addition to the
  installment payments, the court may require the defendant to pay a
  one-time restitution fee of $12, $6 of which the court shall retain
  for costs incurred in collecting the specified installments and $6
  of which the court shall order to be paid to the compensation to
  victims of crime fund.
               [(2)]  The end of the period or the last installment may
  not be later than:
               (1) [(A)]  the end of the period of probation, if
  probation is ordered;
               (2) [(B)]  five years after the end of the term of
  imprisonment imposed, if the court does not order probation; or
               (3) [(C)]  five years after the date of sentencing in
  any other case.
         (g-1) [(3)]  If the court does not provide otherwise, the
  defendant shall make restitution immediately.
         (g-2) [(4)]  Except as provided by Subsection (n), the order
  of restitution must require the defendant to:
               (1) [(i)]  make restitution directly to the person or
  agency that will accept and forward restitution payments to the
  victim or other person eligible for restitution under this article,
  including the compensation to victims of crime fund;
               (2) [(ii)]  make restitution directly to the victim or
  other person eligible for restitution under this article, including
  the compensation to victims of crime fund; or
               (3) [(iii)]  deliver the amount or property due as
  restitution to a community supervision and corrections department
  for transfer to the victim or person.
         SECTION 3.03.  Article 42.0373(c), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
         (c)  The court shall, after considering the financial
  circumstances of the defendant, specify in a restitution order
  issued under Subsection (b) the manner in which the defendant must
  pay the restitution. The order must require restitution payments
  to be delivered in the manner described by Article 42.037(g-2)(3)
  [42.037(g)(4)(iii)].
         SECTION 3.04.  Articles 45.056(d) and (h), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are amended to read as follows:
         (d)  The [Pursuant to Article 102.0174, the] court or
  governing body may pay the salary and benefits of a juvenile case
  manager and the costs of training, travel, office supplies, and
  other necessary expenses relating to the position of the juvenile
  case manager from the local truancy prevention and diversion
  [juvenile case manager] fund established under Section 134.156,
  Local Government Code.
         (h)  The commissioners court or governing body of the
  municipality that administers a local truancy prevention and
  diversion [juvenile case manager] fund under Section 134.156, Local
  Government Code, [Article 102.0174] shall require periodic review
  of juvenile case managers to ensure the implementation of the rules
  adopted under Subsection (f).
         SECTION 3.05.  The heading to Chapter 102, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
  CHAPTER 102.  COSTS, FEES, AND FINES PAID BY DEFENDANTS
         SECTION  3.06.  The heading to Subchapter A, Chapter 102,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended to read as follows:
  SUBCHAPTER A.  [GENERAL] COSTS; REIMBURSEMENT FEES; FINES
         SECTION 3.07.  Section 21.008(d), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  The State Board of Regional Judges is created to
  administer the funds appropriated to this account [and to the child
  support and court management account of the judicial fund created
  by Section 21.007].  The board shall be composed of the nine
  regional administrative judges of the state, who shall have the
  authority to organize, elect officers, and make such rules as may be
  necessary for the proper administration of these accounts.
         SECTION 3.08.  Section 25.0593(k), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (k)  The official court reporter of a county criminal court
  is not required to take testimony in a case unless the judge or a
  party demands that testimony be taken. [If the court reporter takes
  testimony, the clerk shall collect a $3 fee as costs in the case.
  The fee shall be paid into the county treasury.]
         SECTION 3.09.  Section 25.0594(l), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (l)  The official court reporter of a county criminal court
  of appeals is not required to take testimony in a case in which
  neither party nor the judge demands it. [If the court reporter
  takes testimony, the clerk shall collect a $3 fee as costs in the
  case. The fee shall be paid into the county treasury.]
         SECTION 3.10.  Section 25.1572(h), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (h)  An official court reporter is not required to take
  testimony in a case unless the judge or a party demands that
  testimony be taken. In civil and probate cases in which the court
  reporter is required to take testimony, the clerk shall assess a $3
  fee as costs in the case. The clerk shall collect the fee and
  deposit it in the county treasury. The court reporter shall be
  available for matters being considered in the county court if the
  parties before the court request a court reporter and the request is
  approved by the judge of a county court at law.
         SECTION 3.11.  Section 25.2223(i), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (i)  The official court reporter of a county criminal court
  is entitled to the same fees and salary as a district court reporter
  and shall perform the same duties and take the oath of office as
  provided by law for district court reporters. The official court
  reporter for the County Criminal Court No. 1 or 3 of Tarrant County
  is not required to take testimony in cases in which neither a party
  nor the judge demands it. [In cases in which testimony is taken, a
  fee of $3 shall be taxed as costs in the case. The clerk collects
  the fee and pays it into the county treasury.]
         SECTION 3.12.  Section 25.2702(d), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  The judge of the county court at law shall appoint an
  official court reporter. The judge may appoint a court
  administrator to aid the judge in the performance of the judge's
  duties. The official court reporter and the court administrator of
  the county court at law are entitled to receive the same salary and
  to be paid in the same manner as the official court reporter and
  court administrator, respectively, of the district court in the
  administrative county for the court. The clerk of the court shall
  tax as costs, in each civil[, criminal,] and probate case in which a
  record of any part of the evidence in the case is made by the
  reporter, a stenographer's fee of $25. The fee shall be paid in the
  same manner as other costs in the case. The clerk collects the fee
  and pays it into the general funds of the counties.
         SECTION 3.13.  Section 26.007(a), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (a)  Beginning on the first day of the state fiscal year, the
  state shall annually compensate each county that collects the
  additional fees [and costs] under Section 51.703 in an amount equal
  to $5,000 if the county judge is entitled to an annual salary
  supplement from the state under Section 26.006.
         SECTION 3.14.  Section 26.008(a), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (a)  At the end of each state fiscal year, the comptroller
  shall determine the amounts deposited in the judicial fund under
  Section 51.703 and the amounts paid to the counties under Section
  26.007.  If the total amount paid under Section 51.703 by all
  counties that collect fees [and costs] under that section exceeds
  the total amount paid to the counties under Section 26.007, the
  state shall remit the excess to the counties that collect fees [and
  costs] under Section 51.703 proportionately based on the percentage
  of the total paid by each county.
         SECTION 3.15.  Section 30.00014(g), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (g)  The defendant shall pay [the fee for the preparation of
  the clerk's record and] the fee for an actual transcription of the
  proceedings.
         SECTION 3.16.  Section 61.0015(c), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  The comptroller shall pay claims for reimbursement
  under this section quarterly to the county treasury of each county
  that filed a claim from money collected under Subchapter B, Chapter
  133, Local Government Code [Article 102.0045, Code of Criminal
  Procedure], and deposited in the jury service fund.
         SECTION 3.17.  Section 101.0613, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 101.0613.  DISTRICT COURT FEES AND COSTS:  HUMAN
  RESOURCES CODE. The clerk of a district court shall collect fees
  and costs under the Human Resources Code as follows:
               (1)  [for filing a suit in Comal County (Sec.   152.0522,
  Human Resources Code) .   .   . $4;
               [(2)]  fee on filing a suit for dissolution of a
  marriage for services of child support department in Harris County,
  if authorized by the county commissioners court (Sec. 152.1074,
  Human Resources Code) . . . not to exceed $12;
               (2) [(3)]  a child support service fee in Nueces County
  if ordered by the commissioners court and assessed by the court
  (Sec. 152.1844, Human Resources Code) . . . not to exceed $5 a
  month payable annually in advance;
               (3) [(4)]  a service fee to be paid by a person ordered
  by a district court to pay child or spousal support:
                     (A)  in Collin County if authorized by the
  juvenile board (Sec. 152.0492, Human Resources Code) . . . not to
  exceed $2.50 added to first support payment each month;
                     (B)  in Johnson County if authorized by the
  juvenile board (Sec. 152.1322, Human Resources Code) . . . $1.00
  added to first support payment each month; and
                     (C)  in Montague County (Sec. 152.1752, Human
  Resources Code) . . . $1 if fee is ordered to be paid monthly, 50
  cents if fee is ordered to be paid semimonthly or weekly;
               (4) [(5)]  attorney's fees as an additional cost in
  Montague County on a finding of contempt of court for failure to pay
  child or spousal support if the contempt action is initiated by the
  probation department (Sec. 152.1752, Human Resources Code) . . .
  $15;
               (5) [(6)]  fee on filing a suit requesting an adoption
  in Montague County (Sec. 152.1752, Human Resources Code) . . . $25;
               (6) [(7)]  court cost on citation for contempt of court
  for failure to comply with child support order in Nueces County, if
  authorized by the commissioners court (Sec. 152.1844, Human
  Resources Code) . . . not to exceed $10;
               (7) [(8)]  fee on filing a suit for divorce in Orange
  County (Sec. 152.1873, Human Resources Code) . . . not less than
  $5;
               (8) [(9)]  court costs on citation for contempt of
  court in Orange County for failure to comply with a child support
  order or order providing for possession of or access to a child
  (Sec. 152.1873, Human Resources Code) . . . amount determined by
  district clerk;
               (9) [(10)]  fee on filing a suit requesting an adoption
  in Orange County (Sec. 152.1874, Human Resources Code) . . . not
  less than $25; and
               (10) [(11)]  fee on filing a suit requesting an
  adoption in Wichita County (Sec. 152.2496, Human Resources Code)
  . . . $100.
         SECTION 3.18.  Section 101.141(b), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  A clerk of a justice court shall collect fees and costs
  under other laws as follows:
               (1)  the cost of a special program that a court may
  order a child to attend after a finding that the child committed an
  offense, if ordered by the court (Art. 45.057, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) . . . costs of the program not to exceed $100;
               (2)  additional filing fees:
                     (A)  to fund Dallas County civil court facilities
  (Sec. 51.705, Government Code) . . . not more than $15;
                     (B)  for filing any civil action or proceeding
  requiring a filing fee, including an appeal, and on the filing of
  any counterclaim, cross-action, intervention, interpleader, or
  third-party action requiring a filing fee, to fund civil legal
  services for the indigent (Sec. 133.153, Local Government Code)
  . . . $6;
                     (C)  to fund the improvement of Hays County court
  facilities, if authorized by the county commissioners court
  (Sec. 51.707, Government Code) . . . not more than $15; and
                     (D)  to fund the construction, renovation, or
  improvement of Rockwall County court facilities, if authorized by
  the county commissioners court (Sec. 51.709, Government Code)
  . . . not more than $15;
               (3)  [for filing a suit in Comal County (Sec.   152.0522,
  Human Resources Code) .   .   . $1.50;
               [(4)]  fee for hearing on probable cause for removal of
  a vehicle and placement in a storage facility if assessed by the
  court (Sec. 2308.457, Occupations Code) . . . $20; and
               (4) [(5)]  statewide electronic filing system fund fee
  (Sec. 51.851, Government Code) . . . $10.
         SECTION 3.19.  Section 101.181, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 101.181.  MUNICIPAL COURTS OF RECORD FEES AND COSTS.
  The clerk of a municipal court of record shall collect [the
  following fees and costs:
               [(1)     from an appellant, a fee for preparation of the
  clerk's record (Sec.   30.00014, Government Code) .   .   . $25;
               [(2)     from an appellant in the City of El Paso, an
  appellate court docket fee (Sec.   30.00147, Government Code) .   .   .
  $25; and
               [(3)]  the cost of a special program that a court may
  order a child to attend after finding that the child committed an
  offense, if ordered by the court, under Article [(Art.] 45.057,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, in the amount of the [Procedure) . . .]
  costs of the program, not to exceed $100.
         SECTION 3.20.  Section 102.021, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 102.021.  COURT COSTS ON CONVICTION:  CODE OF CRIMINAL
  PROCEDURE.  A person convicted of an offense shall pay [the
  following under the Code of Criminal Procedure], in addition to all
  other costs and[:
               [(1)     court cost on conviction of any offense, other
  than a conviction of an offense relating to a pedestrian or the
  parking of a motor vehicle (Art. 102.0045, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . $4;
               [(2)     a fee for services of prosecutor (Art. 102.008,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $25;
               [(3)  fees for services of peace officer:
                     [(A)     issuing a written notice to appear in court
  for certain violations (Art. 102.011, Code of Criminal Procedure)
  .   .   . $5;
                     [(B)     executing or processing an issued arrest
  warrant, capias, or capias pro fine (Art. 102.011, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . $50;
                     [(C)     summoning a witness (Art. 102.011, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $5;
                     [(D)     serving a writ not otherwise listed (Art.
  102.011, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $35;
                     [(E)     taking and approving a bond and, if
  necessary, returning the bond to courthouse (Art. 102.011, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $10;
                     [(F)     commitment or release (Art. 102.011, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $5;
                     [(G)     summoning a jury (Art. 102.011, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $5;
                     [(H)     attendance of a prisoner in habeas corpus
  case if prisoner has been remanded to custody or held to bail (Art.
  102.011, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $8 each day;
                     [(I)     mileage for certain services performed
  (Art. 102.011, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $0.29 per mile;
  and
                     [(J)     services of a sheriff or constable who
  serves process and attends examining trial in certain cases (Art.
  102.011, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $5;
               [(4)     services of a peace officer in conveying a
  witness outside the county (Art. 102.011, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . $10 per day or part of a day, plus actual necessary
  travel expenses;
               [(5)     overtime of peace officer for time spent
  testifying in the trial or traveling to or from testifying in the
  trial (Art. 102.011, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . actual cost;
               [(6)     court costs on an offense relating to rules of the
  road, when offense occurs within a school crossing zone (Art.
  102.014, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $25;
               [(7)     court costs on an offense of passing a school bus
  (Art. 102.014, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $25;
               [(8)     court costs on an offense of parent contributing
  to student nonattendance (Art. 102.014, Code of Criminal Procedure)
  .   .   . $20;
               [(9)     cost for visual recording of intoxication arrest
  before conviction (Art. 102.018, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   .
  $15;
               [(10)     cost of certain evaluations (Art. 102.018, Code
  of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . actual cost;
               [(11)     additional costs attendant to certain
  intoxication convictions under Chapter 49, Penal Code, for
  emergency medical services, trauma facilities, and trauma care
  systems (Art. 102.0185, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $100;
               [(12)     additional costs attendant to certain child
  sexual assault and related convictions, for child abuse prevention
  programs (Art. 102.0186, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $100;
               [(13)     court cost for DNA testing for certain felonies
  (Art. 102.020(a)(1), Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $250;
               [(14)     court cost for DNA testing for certain
  misdemeanors and felonies (Art. 102.020(a)(2), Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . $50;
               [(15)     court cost for DNA testing for certain felonies
  (Art. 102.020(a)(3), Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $34;
               [(16)     if required by the court, a restitution fee for
  costs incurred in collecting restitution installments and for the
  compensation to victims of crime fund (Art. 42.037, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $12;
               [(17)]  if directed by the justice of the peace or
  municipal court judge hearing the case, court costs on conviction
  in a criminal action under Article [(Art.] 45.041, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, in the amount of [Procedure) . . .] part or all of the
  costs as directed by the judge[; and
               [(18)     costs attendant to convictions under Chapter 49,
  Penal Code, and under Chapter 481, Health and Safety Code, to help
  fund drug court programs established under Chapter 122, 123, 124,
  or 125, Government Code, or former law (Art. 102.0178, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $60].
         SECTION 3.21.  Section 102.0212, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 102.0212.  COURT COSTS ON CONVICTION:  LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  CODE. A person convicted of an offense shall pay the following
  under the Local Government Code, in addition to all other costs:
               (1)  court costs on conviction of a felony (Sec.
  133.102, Local Government Code) . . . $185 [$133];
               (2)  court costs on conviction of a Class A or Class B
  misdemeanor (Sec. 133.102, Local Government Code) . . . $147 [$83];
               (3)  court costs on conviction of a nonjailable
  misdemeanor offense, including a criminal violation of a municipal
  ordinance, other than a conviction of an offense relating to a
  pedestrian or the parking of a motor vehicle (Sec. 133.102, Local
  Government Code) . . . $62 [$40];
               (4)  court costs on conviction of a felony (Sec.
  134.101, Local Government Code) . . . $105 [a time payment fee if
  convicted of a felony or misdemeanor for paying any part of a fine,
  court costs, or restitution on or after the 31st day after the date
  on which a judgment is entered assessing the fine, court costs, or
  restitution (Sec. 133.103, Local Government Code) .   .   . $25];
               (5)  court costs on conviction of a Class A or Class B
  misdemeanor (Sec. 134.102, Local Government Code) . . . $123 [a
  cost on conviction of any offense, other than an offense relating to
  a pedestrian or the parking of a motor vehicle (Sec.   133.105, Local
  Government Code) .   .   . $6]; and
               (6)  court costs on conviction of a nonjailable
  misdemeanor offense, including a criminal violation of a municipal
  ordinance (Sec. 134.103, Local Government Code) . . . $14 [a cost
  on conviction of any offense, other than an offense relating to a
  pedestrian or the parking of a motor vehicle (Sec.   133.107, Local
  Government Code) .   .   . $2].
         SECTION 3.22.  Section 103.021, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.021.  ADDITIONAL FEES AND COSTS IN CRIMINAL OR
  CIVIL CASES: CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. An accused or defendant,
  or a party to a civil suit, as applicable, shall pay the following
  fees and costs under the Code of Criminal Procedure if ordered by
  the court or otherwise required:
               (1)  [a personal bond fee (Art. 17.42, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . the greater of $20 or three percent of the amount
  of the bail fixed for the accused;
               [(2)     cost of electronic monitoring as a condition of
  release on personal bond (Art. 17.43, Code of Criminal Procedure)
  .   .   . actual cost;
               [(3)     a fee for verification of and monitoring of motor
  vehicle ignition interlock (Art. 17.441, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $10;
               [(3-a)     costs associated with operating a global
  positioning monitoring system as a condition of release on bond
  (Art. 17.49(b)(2), Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . actual costs,
  subject to a determination of indigency;
               [(3-b)     costs associated with providing a defendant's
  victim with an electronic receptor device as a condition of the
  defendant's release on bond (Art. 17.49(b)(3), Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . actual costs, subject to a determination of
  indigency;
               [(4)     repayment of reward paid by a crime stoppers
  organization on conviction of a felony (Art. 37.073, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . amount ordered;
               [(5)     reimbursement to general revenue fund for
  payments made to victim of an offense as condition of community
  supervision (Art. 42A.301(17), Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   .
  not to exceed $50 for a misdemeanor offense or $100 for a felony
  offense;
               [(6)     payment to a crime stoppers organization as
  condition of community supervision (Art. 42A.301(20), Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $50;
               [(7)     children's advocacy center fee (Art. 42A.455,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $50;
               [(8)     family violence center fee (Art. 42A.504(b), Code
  of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $100;
               [(9)     community supervision fee (Art. 42A.652(a), Code
  of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not less than $25 or more than $60 per
  month;
               [(10)     additional community supervision fee for
  certain offenses (Art. 42A.653(a), Code of Criminal Procedure)
  .   .   . $5 per month;
               [(11)     for certain financially able sex offenders as a
  condition of community supervision, the costs of treatment,
  specialized supervision, or rehabilitation (Art. 42A.452, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . all or part of the reasonable and
  necessary costs of the treatment, supervision, or rehabilitation as
  determined by the judge;
               [(12)     fee for failure to appear for trial in a justice
  or municipal court if a jury trial is not waived (Art. 45.026, Code
  of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . costs incurred for impaneling the
  jury;
               [(13)     costs of certain testing, assessments, or
  programs during a deferral period (Art. 45.051, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . amount ordered;
               [(14)     special expense on dismissal of certain
  misdemeanor complaints (Art. 45.051, Code of Criminal Procedure)
  .   .   . not to exceed amount of fine assessed;
               [(15)  an additional fee:
                     [(A)     for a copy of the defendant's driving record
  to be requested from the Department of Public Safety by the judge
  (Art. 45.0511(c-1), Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . amount equal
  to the sum of the fee established by Section 521.048,
  Transportation Code, and the state electronic Internet portal fee;
                     [(B)     as an administrative fee for requesting a
  driving safety course or a course under the motorcycle operator
  training and safety program for certain traffic offenses to cover
  the cost of administering the article (Art. 45.0511(f)(1), Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $10; or
                     [(C)     for requesting a driving safety course or a
  course under the motorcycle operator training and safety program
  before the final disposition of the case (Art. 45.0511(f)(2), Code
  of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed the maximum amount of the
  fine for the offense committed by the defendant;
               [(16)     a request fee for teen court program (Art.
  45.052, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $20, if the court
  ordering the fee is located in the Texas-Louisiana border region,
  but otherwise not to exceed $10;
               [(17)     a fee to cover costs of required duties of teen
  court (Art. 45.052, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $20, if the
  court ordering the fee is located in the Texas-Louisiana border
  region, but otherwise $10;
               [(18)     a mileage fee for officer performing certain
  services (Art. 102.001, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $0.15 per
  mile;
               [(19)]  certified mailing of notice of hearing date
  (Art. 102.006, Code of Criminal Procedure) . . . $1, plus postage;
               (2) [(20)]  certified mailing of certified copies of an
  order of expunction (Art. 102.006, Code of Criminal Procedure)
  . . . $2, plus postage;
               (3)  [(20-a)     a fee to defray the cost of notifying
  state agencies of orders of expungement (Art. 45.0216, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $30 per application;
               [(21)  sight orders:
                     [(A)     if the face amount of the check or sight
  order does not exceed $10 (Art. 102.007, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $10;
                     [(B)     if the face amount of the check or sight
  order is greater than $10 but does not exceed $100 (Art. 102.007,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $15;
                     [(C)     if the face amount of the check or sight
  order is greater than $100 but does not exceed $300 (Art. 102.007,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $30;
                     [(D)     if the face amount of the check or sight
  order is greater than $300 but does not exceed $500 (Art. 102.007,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $50; and
                     [(E)     if the face amount of the check or sight
  order is greater than $500 (Art. 102.007, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $75;
               [(22)  fees for a pretrial intervention program:
                     [(A)     a supervision fee (Art. 102.012(a), Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . $60 a month plus expenses; and
                     [(B)     a district attorney, criminal district
  attorney, or county attorney administrative fee (Art. 102.0121,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $500;
               [(23)     parking fee violations for child safety fund in
  municipalities with populations:
                     [(A)     greater than 850,000 (Art. 102.014, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not less than $2 and not to exceed $5; and
                     [(B)     less than 850,000 (Art. 102.014, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $5;
               [(24)]  an administrative fee for collection of fines,
  fees, restitution, or other costs (Art. 102.072, Code of Criminal
  Procedure) . . . not to exceed $2 for each transaction; and
               (4) [(25)]  a collection fee, if authorized by the
  commissioners court of a county or the governing body of a
  municipality, for certain debts and accounts receivable, including
  unpaid fines, fees, court costs, forfeited bonds, and restitution
  ordered paid (Art. 103.0031, Code of Criminal Procedure) . . . 30
  percent of an amount more than 60 days past due[; and
               [(26)     a cost on conviction for the truancy prevention
  and diversion fund (Art. 102.015, Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   .
  $2].
         SECTION 3.23.  Section 103.0211, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.0211.  ADDITIONAL FEES AND COSTS IN CRIMINAL OR
  CIVIL CASES:  GOVERNMENT CODE. An accused or defendant, or a party
  to a civil suit, as applicable, shall pay the following fees and
  costs under the Government Code if ordered by the court or otherwise
  required:
               (1)  a court reporter fee when testimony is taken[:
                     [(A)     in a criminal court in Dallas County
  (Sec.   25.0593, Government Code) .   .   . $3;
                     [(B)     in a county criminal court of appeals in
  Dallas County (Sec.   25.0594, Government Code) .   .   . $3;
                     [(C)]  in a civil case in a county court at law in
  McLennan County (Sec. 25.1572, Government Code) . . . $3; [and
                     [(D)     in a county criminal court in Tarrant County
  (Sec.   25.2223, Government Code) .   .   . $3;]
               (2)  a court reporter service fee if the courts have
  official court reporters (Sec. 51.601, Government Code) . . . $15
  or, in specified counties, $30;
               [(3)     a speedy trial rights waiver motion filing fee in
  El Paso County (Sec.   54.745, Government Code) .   .   . $100;
               [(4)     the costs of a criminal magistrate if the court
  determines that the nonprevailing party is able to defray the
  costs:
                     [(A)     in Bexar County (Sec.   54.913, Government
  Code) .   .   . magistrate's fees;
                     [(B)     in Dallas County (Sec.   54.313, Government
  Code) .   .   . magistrate's fees;
                     [(C)     in Lubbock County (Sec.   54.883, Government
  Code) .   .   . magistrate's fees;
                     [(D)     in Tarrant County (Sec.   54.663, Government
  Code) .   .   . magistrate's fees; and
                     [(E)     in Travis County (Sec.   54.983, Government
  Code) .   .   . magistrate's fees;
               [(5)     an administrative fee for participation in
  certain community supervision programs (Sec.   76.015, Government
  Code) .   .   . not less than $25 and not more than $60 per month;] and
               (3) [(6)]  fee paid on filing a petition for an order of
  nondisclosure of criminal history record information in certain
  cases (Secs. 411.072 and 411.0745, Government Code) . . . $28.
         SECTION 3.24.  Section 103.0212, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.0212.  ADDITIONAL FEES AND COSTS IN CRIMINAL OR
  CIVIL CASES:  FAMILY CODE. An accused or defendant, or a party to a
  civil suit, as applicable, shall pay the following fees and costs
  under the Family Code if ordered by the court or otherwise required:
               (1)  in family matters:
                     (A)  issuing writ of withholding (Sec. 8.262,
  Family Code) . . . $15;
                     (B)  filing copy of writ of withholding to
  subsequent employer (Sec. 8.267, Family Code) . . . $15;
                     (C)  issuing and delivering modified writ of
  withholding or notice of termination (Sec. 8.302, Family Code)
  . . . $15;
                     (D)  issuing and delivering notice of termination
  of withholding (Sec. 8.303, Family Code) . . . $15;
                     (E)  issuance of change of name certificate
  (Sec. 45.106, Family Code) . . . $10;
                     (F)  protective order fee (Sec. 81.003, Family
  Code) . . . $16;
                     (G)  filing suit requesting adoption of child
  (Sec. 108.006, Family Code) . . . $15;
                     (H)  filing fees for suits affecting parent-child
  relationship (Sec. 110.002, Family Code):
                           (i)  suit or motion for modification
  (Sec. 110.002, Family Code) . . . $15;
                           (ii)  motion for enforcement (Sec. 110.002,
  Family Code) . . . $15;
                           (iii)  notice of application for judicial
  writ of withholding (Sec. 110.002, Family Code) . . . $15;
                           (iv)  motion to transfer (Sec. 110.002,
  Family Code) . . . $15;
                           (v)  petition for license suspension
  (Sec. 110.002, Family Code) . . . $15;
                           (vi)  motion to revoke a stay of license
  suspension (Sec. 110.002, Family Code) . . . $15; and
                           (vii)  motion for contempt (Sec. 110.002,
  Family Code) . . . $15;
                     (I)  order or writ of income withholding to be
  delivered to employer (Sec. 110.004, Family Code) . . . not to
  exceed $15;
                     (J)  filing fee for transferred case
  (Sec. 110.005, Family Code) . . . $45;
                     (K)  filing a writ of withholding (Sec. 158.319,
  Family Code) . . . $15;
                     (L)  filing a request for modified writ of
  withholding or notice of termination (Sec. 158.403, Family Code)
  . . . not to exceed $15;
                     (M)  filing an administrative writ to employer
  (Sec. 158.503, Family Code) . . . not to exceed $15; and
                     (N)  genetic testing fees in relation to a child
  born to a gestational mother (Sec. 160.762, Family Code) . . . as
  assessed by the court; and
               (2)  in juvenile court:
                     (A)  fee schedule for deferred prosecution
  services (Sec. 53.03, Family Code) . . . maximum fee of $15 a
  month;
                     (B)  [a request fee for a teen court program
  (Sec.   54.032, Family Code) .   .   . $20, if the court ordering the fee
  is located in the Texas-Louisiana border region, but otherwise not
  to exceed $10;
                     [(C)]  court costs for juvenile probation
  diversion fund (Sec. 54.0411, Family Code) . . . $20;
                     (C) [(D)]  a juvenile delinquency prevention fee
  (Sec. 54.0461, Family Code) . . . $50;
                     (D) [(E)]  a court fee for child's probationary
  period (Sec. 54.061, Family Code) . . . not to exceed $15 a month;
                     (E)  [(F)     a fee to cover costs of required duties
  of teen court (Sec.   54.032, Family Code) .   .   . $20, if the court
  ordering the fee is located in the Texas-Louisiana border region,
  but otherwise not to exceed $10;
                     [(G)]  a fee for DNA testing on commitment to
  certain facilities (Sec. 54.0462, Family Code) . . . $50;
                     (F) [(H)]  a fee for DNA testing after placement
  on probation or as otherwise required by law (Sec. 54.0462, Family
  Code) . . . $34;
                     (G) [(I)]  a program fee for a teen dating
  violence court program (Sec. 54.0325, Family Code) . . . $10; and
                     (H) [(J)]  a fee to cover the cost to the court of
  administering a teen dating violence court program (Sec. 54.0325,
  Family Code) . . . not to exceed $10.
         SECTION 3.25.  Section 103.0213, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.0213.  ADDITIONAL FEES AND COSTS IN CRIMINAL OR
  CIVIL CASES:  TRANSPORTATION CODE.  An accused or defendant, or a
  party to a civil suit, as applicable, shall pay an [the following
  fees and costs under the Transportation Code if ordered by the court
  or otherwise required:
               [(1)     administrative fee on dismissal of charge of
  driving with an expired motor vehicle registration (Sec. 502.407,
  Transportation Code) .   .   . not to exceed $20;
               [(2)     administrative fee on dismissal of charge of
  driving with an expired driver's license (Sec. 521.026,
  Transportation Code) .   .   . not to exceed $20;
               [(2-a) administrative fee on remediation of charge of
  operation of a vehicle without a registration insignia (Sec.
  502.473, Transportation Code) .   .   . not to exceed $10;
               [(3)     administrative fee on remediation of charge of
  operating a vehicle without complying with inspection requirements
  as certified (Sec. 548.605, Transportation Code) .   .   . not to
  exceed $20;
               [(4)     administrative fee for failure to appear for a
  complaint or citation on certain offenses (Sec. 706.006,
  Transportation Code) .   .   . $30 for each violation;
               [(5)     administrative fee for failure to pay or satisfy
  certain judgments (Sec. 706.006, Transportation Code) .   .   . $30;
  and
               [(6)]  administrative fee on dismissal of charge of
  driving a commercial motor vehicle without a commercial driver's
  license or commercial learner's permit (Sec. 522.011,
  Transportation Code) . . . not to exceed $10.
         SECTION 3.26.  Section 103.0214, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.0214.  ADDITIONAL FEES AND COSTS IN CRIMINAL OR
  CIVIL CASES:  HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE. An accused or defendant, or a
  party to a civil suit, as applicable, shall pay the following court
  [fees and] costs under the Health and Safety Code if ordered by the
  court or otherwise required[:
               [(1)     a fee to defray the cost of notifying state
  agencies of orders of expungement (Sec.   161.255, Health and Safety
  Code) .   .   . $30 per application; and
               [(2)]  on a finding that an animal's owner has cruelly
  treated the animal, [court costs] including:
               (1) [(A)]  investigation (Sec. 821.023, Health and
  Safety Code) . . . actual costs;
               (2) [(B)]  expert witnesses (Sec. 821.023, Health and
  Safety Code) . . . actual costs;
               (3) [(C)]  housing and caring for the animal during its
  impoundment (Sec. 821.023, Health and Safety Code) . . . actual
  costs;
               (4) [(D)]  conducting any public sale ordered by the
  court (Sec. 821.023, Health and Safety Code) . . . actual costs;
  and
               (5) [(E)]  humanely destroying the animal if
  destruction is ordered by the court (Sec. 821.023, Health and
  Safety Code) . . . actual costs.
         SECTION 3.27.  Section 103.024, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.024.  MISCELLANEOUS FEES AND COSTS:  CODE OF
  CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. Fees and costs shall be paid or collected under
  the Code of Criminal Procedure as follows:
               (1)  filing of a restitution lien (Art. 42.22, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) . . . $5; and
               (2)  [issuance and service of a warrant of arrest for
  certain offenses if prescribed by the municipality (Art. 45.203,
  Code of Criminal Procedure) .   .   . not to exceed $25; and
               [(3)]  a fee for each agency or organization designated
  by a registered sex offender for receipt of a copy of an order
  making the registration nonpublic (Art. [Sec.] 62.353, Code of
  Criminal Procedure) . . . $20.
         SECTION 3.28.  Section 103.027(a), Government Code, as
  effective September 1, 2019, is amended to read as follows:
         (a)  Fees and costs shall be paid or collected under the
  Government Code as follows:
               (1)  filing a certified copy of a judicial finding of
  fact and conclusion of law if charged by the secretary of state
  (Sec. 51.905, Government Code) . . . $15;
               (2)  [cost paid by each surety posting the bail bond for
  an offense other than a misdemeanor punishable by fine only under
  Chapter 17, Code of Criminal Procedure, for the assistant
  prosecutor supplement fund and the fair defense account (Sec.
  41.258, Government Code) .   .   . $15, provided the cost does not
  exceed $30 for all bail bonds posted at that time for an individual
  and the cost is not required on the posting of a personal or cash
  bond;
               [(3)]  to participate in a court proceeding in this
  state, a nonresident attorney fee (Sec. 82.0361, Government Code)
  . . . $250 except as waived or reduced under supreme court rules for
  representing an indigent person;
               (3) [(4)]  on a party's appeal of a final decision in a
  contested case, the cost of preparing the original or a certified
  copy of the record of the agency proceeding, if required by the
  agency's rule, as a court cost (Sec. 2001.177, Government Code)
  . . . as assessed by the court, all or part of the cost of
  preparation[;
               [(5)     a program fee for a drug court program (Sec.
  123.004, Government Code) .   .   . not to exceed $1,000;
               [(6)     an alcohol or controlled substance testing,
  counseling, and treatment fee (Sec. 123.004, Government Code) .   .   .
  the amount necessary to cover the costs of testing, counseling, and
  treatment;
               [(7)     a reasonable program fee for a veterans treatment
  court program (Sec. 124.005, Government Code) .   .   . not to exceed
  $1,000;
               [(8)     a testing, counseling, and treatment fee for
  testing, counseling, or treatment performed or provided under a
  veterans treatment court program (Sec. 124.005, Government Code)
  .   .   . the amount necessary to cover the costs of testing,
  counseling, or treatment;
               [(9)     a nonrefundable program fee for a commercially
  sexually exploited persons court program (Sec. 126.006, Government
  Code) .   .   . a reasonable amount not to exceed $1,000, which must
  include a counseling and services fee in an amount necessary to
  cover the costs of counseling and services provided by the program,
  a victim services fee in an amount equal to 10 percent of the total
  fee, and a law enforcement training fee in an amount equal to five
  percent of the total fee]; and
               (4) [(10)]  a district court records archive fee for
  the filing of a suit, including an appeal from an inferior court, or
  a cross-action, counterclaim, intervention, contempt action,
  motion for new trial, or third-party petition, in any court in the
  county for which the district clerk accepts filings, if authorized
  by the county commissioners court (Sec. 51.305, Government Code)
  . . . not more than $5.
         SECTION 3.29.  Section 103.0292, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.0292.  ADDITIONAL MISCELLANEOUS FEES [AND COSTS]:  
  HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE.  A nonrefundable reimbursement [program]
  fee for a first offender prostitution prevention program
  established under Section 169.002, Health and Safety Code, shall be
  collected under Section 169.005, Health and Safety Code, in a
  reasonable amount not to exceed $1,000, which includes:
               (1)  a counseling and services reimbursement fee in an
  amount necessary to cover the costs of counseling and services
  provided by the program; and
               (2)  [a victim services fee in an amount equal to 10
  percent of the total fee; and
               [(3)]  a law enforcement training reimbursement fee in
  an amount equal to five percent of the total fee.
         SECTION 3.30.  Section 103.030, Government Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 103.030.  MISCELLANEOUS FEES AND COSTS:  LOCAL
  GOVERNMENT CODE.  Fees and costs shall be paid or collected under
  the Local Government Code as follows:
               (1)  services by the offices of the sheriff and
  constables (Sec. 118.131, Local Government Code) . . . amount set
  by county commissioners court;
               (2)  a filing fee or recording fee for each page of a
  legal paper presented for filing or recording that fails to meet
  certain requirements regarding paper size, weight, substance,
  headings, legibility, the presence of typed or printed names under
  each signature, and number and size of riders or attachments
  (Sec. 191.007, Local Government Code) . . . twice the regular
  filing fee or recording fee provided by statute for that page,
  rider, or attachment;
               [(3)     a processing fee as authorized by the
  commissioners court for the payment by credit card of a fee, court
  cost, or other charge processed by a county or precinct officer
  (Secs. 132.002 and 132.003, Local Government Code) .   .   . an amount
  reasonably related to the expense incurred by the county or
  precinct officer but not to exceed five percent of the amount of the
  fee, court cost, or other charge being paid;
               [(4)     a processing fee as authorized by the governing
  body of the municipality for the payment by credit card of a fee,
  court cost, or other charge processed by a municipal official
  (Secs. 132.002 and 132.003, Local Government Code) .   .   . an amount
  reasonably related to the expense incurred by the municipal
  official but not to exceed five percent of the amount of the fee,
  court cost, or other charge being paid;
               [(5)     a handling fee, if authorized by the
  commissioners court under Section 132.002, Local Government Code,
  for electronically processing the payment of a fee, fine, court
  cost, or other charge (Secs. 132.002 and 132.003, Local Government
  Code):
                     [(A)     charged at a flat rate that does not exceed
  $5 for each payment transaction; or
                     [(B)     charged at a rate reasonably related to the
  expense incurred in processing a payment and that does not exceed
  five percent of the amount of the fee, court cost, or other charge
  being paid;
               [(6)     a fee, if authorized by the commissioners court,
  collected by a county or precinct officer on behalf of the county
  from a person making payment by credit card of a fee, court cost, or
  other charge (Sec.   132.003, Local Government Code) .   .   . an amount
  equal to the amount of any transaction fee charged to the county by
  a vendor providing services in connection with payments made by
  credit card;] and
               (3) [(7)]  a records technology and infrastructure
  fee, if authorized by the commissioners court of the county (Secs.
  118.026, 118.069, and 118.102, Local Government Code) . . . $2.00.
         SECTION 3.31.  Section 123.006(c), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  Notwithstanding Subsection (a), a county is required to
  establish a drug court program under this section only if:
               (1)  the county receives federal or state funding[,
  including funding under Article 102.0178, Code of Criminal
  Procedure,] specifically for that purpose; and
               (2)  the judge, magistrate, or coordinator receives the
  verification described by Section 121.002(c)(2).
         SECTION 3.32.  Section 411.145(c), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  A fee collected under this section shall be deposited in
  the state treasury to the credit of the state highway fund, and
  money deposited to the state highway fund under this section and
  under Chapter 42A [and Article 102.020(h)], Code of Criminal
  Procedure, may be used only to defray the cost of administering this
  subchapter.
         SECTION 3.33.  Section 420.008(b), Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The fund consists of fees and fines collected under:
               (1)  Article 42A.653(a), Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (2)  Section 508.189, Government Code; and
               (3)  Subchapter B, Chapter 102, Business & Commerce
  Code, and deposited under Section 102.054.
         SECTION 3.34.  Section 133.055(b), Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  If the treasurer does not collect any fees during a
  calendar quarter, the treasurer shall file the report required for
  the quarter in the regular manner.  The report must state that no
  fees were collected.  This subsection does not apply to fees or
  fines collected under Article 42A.303 [or 42A.653], Code of
  Criminal Procedure, or under Section 76.013, Government Code.
         SECTION 3.35.  Section 133.058(d), Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (d)  A county may not retain a service fee on the collection
  of a fee or fine:
               (1)  for the judicial fund;
               (2)  under Article 42A.303 or 42A.653, Code of Criminal
  Procedure;
               (3)  under Section 51.851, Government Code; or
               (4)  under Section 51.971, Government Code.
         SECTION 3.36.  Section 203.003, Local Government Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 203.003.  DUTIES OF COMMISSIONERS COURT. The
  commissioners court of each county shall:
               (1)  promote and support the efficient and economical
  management of records of all elective offices in the county to
  enable elected county officers to conform to this subtitle and
  rules adopted under it;
               (2)  facilitate the creation and maintenance of records
  containing adequate and proper documentation of the organization,
  functions, policies, decisions, procedures, and essential
  transactions of each elective office and designed to furnish the
  information necessary to protect the legal and financial rights of
  the local government, the state, and the persons affected by the
  activities of the local government;
               (3)  facilitate the identification and preservation of
  the records of elective offices that are of permanent value;
               (4)  facilitate the identification and protection of
  the essential records of elective offices;
               (5)  establish a county clerk records management and
  preservation fund for fees subject to Section 118.0216 and approve
  in advance any expenditures from the fund; and
               (6)  establish a records management and preservation
  fund for the records management and preservation fees authorized
  under Sections 118.052, 118.0546, and 118.0645, and Section 51.317,
  Government Code, [and Article 102.005(d), Code of Criminal
  Procedure,] and approve in advance any expenditures from the fund,
  which may be spent only for records management preservation or
  automation purposes in the county.
         SECTION 3.37.  Section 12.110(d), Parks and Wildlife Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
         (d)  The department may sell confiscated live game described
  by Subsection (a) to the highest of three bidders. At the time of a
  sale under this subsection, the department shall provide the buyer
  a receipt for all game sold to the buyer.  The department shall
  deposit the proceeds of the sale in the state treasury to the credit
  of the appropriate suspense fund pending the outcome of any action
  against the person charged with an unlawful action described by
  Subsection (a). [If that person is found guilty, pleads guilty or
  nolo contendere, is placed on deferred adjudication, or fails to
  appear in accordance with a notice described by Section 12.106 or
  another law requiring that, as a condition of release, the
  defendant subsequently appear before a court to answer for the
  offense, the department shall transfer the proceeds of the sale to
  the credit of the game, fish, and water safety account.] If the
  person is acquitted by the trial court, the charges against the
  person are dismissed, or the statute of limitations period for the
  prosecution of the offense has expired, the department shall pay
  the proceeds of the sale to the person from whom the game was
  seized.
         SECTION 3.38.  Sections 542.402(b), (b-2), (d), and (d-1),
  Transportation Code, are amended to read as follows:
         (b)  In each fiscal year, a municipality having a population
  of less than 5,000 may retain, from fines collected for violations
  of this title and fines [from special expenses] collected under
  Article 45.051(a) [45.051], Code of Criminal Procedure, in cases in
  which a violation of this title is alleged, an amount equal to 30
  percent of the municipality's revenue for the preceding fiscal year
  from all sources, other than federal funds and bond proceeds, as
  shown by the audit performed under Section 103.001, Local
  Government Code.  After a municipality has retained that amount,
  the municipality shall send to the comptroller any portion of a fine
  [or a special expense] collected that exceeds $1.
         (b-2)  In each fiscal year, a county described by Subsection
  (b-1) may retain, from fines collected for violations of this title
  and from fines [special expenses] collected under Article 45.051(a) 
  [45.051], Code of Criminal Procedure, in cases in which a violation
  of this title is alleged, an amount equal to 30 percent of the
  county's revenue for the preceding fiscal year from all sources,
  other than federal funds and bond proceeds, as shown by an audit
  performed under Chapter 115, Local Government Code.  After a county
  has retained that amount, the county shall send to the comptroller
  any portion of a fine [or a special expense] collected that exceeds
  $1.
         (d)  In a fiscal year in which a municipality retains from
  fines and special expenses collected for violations of this title
  an amount equal to at least 20 percent of the municipality's revenue
  for the preceding fiscal year from all sources other than federal
  funds and bond proceeds, not later than the 120th day after the last
  day of the municipality's fiscal year, the municipality shall send
  to the comptroller:
               (1)  a copy of the municipality's financial statement
  for that fiscal year filed under Chapter 103, Local Government
  Code; and
               (2)  a report that shows the total amount collected for
  that fiscal year from fines [and special expenses] under Subsection
  (b).
         (d-1)  In a fiscal year in which a county retains from fines
  and special expenses collected for violations of this title an
  amount equal to at least 20 percent of the county's revenue for the
  preceding fiscal year from all sources other than federal funds and
  bond proceeds, not later than the 120th day after the last day of
  the county's fiscal year, the county shall send to the comptroller:
               (1)  a copy of the county's financial statement; and
               (2)  a report that shows the total amount collected for
  that fiscal year from fines [and special expenses] under Subsection
  (b-1).
         SECTION 3.39.  Section 706.005(a), Transportation Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (a)  A political subdivision shall immediately notify the
  department that there is no cause to continue to deny renewal of a
  person's driver's license based on the person's previous failure to
  appear or failure to pay or satisfy a judgment ordering the payment
  of a fine and cost in the manner ordered by the court in a matter
  involving an offense described by Section 706.002(a), on payment of
  a reimbursement fee as provided by Section 706.006 and:
               (1)  the perfection of an appeal of the case for which
  the warrant of arrest was issued or judgment arose;
               (2)  the dismissal of the charge for which the warrant
  of arrest was issued or judgment arose, other than a dismissal with
  prejudice by motion of the appropriate prosecuting attorney for
  lack of evidence;
               (3)  the posting of bond or the giving of other security
  to reinstate the charge for which the warrant was issued;
               (4)  the payment or discharge of the fine and cost owed
  on an outstanding judgment of the court; or
               (5)  other suitable arrangement to pay the fine and
  cost within the court's discretion.
         SECTION 3.40.  The following provisions are repealed:
               (1)  Articles 102.001(f) and (h), Code of Criminal
  Procedure;
               (2)  Article 102.0071, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (3)  Article 102.022, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (4)  Sections 202.005(c) and (d), Family Code;
               (5)  Section 30.00014(f), Government Code;
               (6)  Sections 30.00147(b) and (g), Government Code;
               (7)  Section 54.313, Government Code;
               (8)  Section 54.663, Government Code;
               (9)  Sections 54.745(b) and (c), Government Code;
               (10)  Section 54.883, Government Code;
               (11)  Section 54.913, Government Code;
               (12)  Section 54.983, Government Code;
               (13)  Section 101.0813, Government Code;
               (14)  Section 102.0211, Government Code;
               (15)  Section 102.0213, Government Code;
               (16)  Section 102.0214, Government Code;
               (17)  Section 102.041, Government Code;
               (18)  Section 102.0415, Government Code;
               (19)  Section 102.042, Government Code;
               (20)  Section 102.061, Government Code;
               (21)  Section 102.0615, Government Code;
               (22)  Section 102.062, Government Code;
               (23)  Section 102.081, Government Code;
               (24)  Section 102.082, Government Code;
               (25)  Section 102.101, Government Code;
               (26)  Section 102.103, Government Code;
               (27)  Section 102.121, Government Code;
               (28)  Section 102.142, Government Code;
               (29)  Section 123.003(b), Government Code;
               (30)  Section 124.004(b), Government Code;
               (31)  Section 129.005(b), Government Code;
               (32)  Section 152.0522, Human Resources Code;
               (33)  Sections 133.103(b) and (d), Local Government
  Code; and
               (34)  Section 12.110(b), Parks and Wildlife Code.
  ARTICLE 4.  TRANSITION AND EFFECTIVE DATE
         SECTION 4.01.  The changes in law made by this Act apply only
  to a cost, fee, or fine on conviction for an offense committed on or
  after the effective date of this Act. An offense committed before
  the effective date of this Act is governed by the law in effect on
  the date the offense was committed, and the former law is continued
  in effect for that purpose. For purposes of this section, an
  offense was committed before the effective date of this Act if any
  element of the offense occurred before that date.
         SECTION 4.02.  To the extent of any conflict, this Act
  prevails over another Act of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, relating to nonsubstantive additions to and corrections in
  enacted codes.
         SECTION 4.03.  This Act takes effect January 1, 2020.
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