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House Bill 1062

ARCHIVE (2004)

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DIGEST OF HB1062 (Updated March 2, 2004 4:36 pm - DI 84)

Various Title 33 provisions. Removes the terms "shorthand" and "longhand" from laws concerning court reporters to conform to modern court reporting procedures. Specifies that, with certain exceptions, the commission on judicial qualifications for the supreme court and court of appeals is also the commission on judicial qualifications for trial court judges. Specifies that, after a hearing is conducted, a township board in Marion County may determine: (1) whether a small claims court division should be established or abolished in the township, if the township has a population of less than 15,000; (2) whether a small claims court division should be full time or part time; (3) the location of the small claims court division courtroom and offices; and (4) other matters. Specifies the criminal intent necessary for a prosecuting attorney or deputy prosecuting attorney to commit a Class B misdemeanor for dividing the compensation of a deputy prosecuting attorney. Repeals conflicting provisions concerning court fees and credit card service fees. Requires a court clerk to collect a credit card service fee equal to the vendor transaction charge or discount fee from a person using a bank or credit card.
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