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Presentation of claims by jurors and disposition of unclaimed fees
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 16
§ 526. Presentation of claims by jurors and disposition of unclaimed
fees. All jurors who have served in a court of the unified court system
pursuant to a duly issued summons as provided for in this article and
are entitled to an allowance therefor must present their claims to the
proper official designated by law for the payment of juror's fees on or
before the thirty-first of December of the year next succeeding or
following the year in which such services were rendered and performed.
Failure to comply with this section shall be a forfeiture of the payment
for such claims or services. All summonses or notices issued pursuant to
this article requiring jurors to attend at a term of court or at a
session of the grand jury shall have imprinted thereon the foregoing
provision relating to forfeiture of fees. All moneys or jurors' fees
forfeited by the provisions of this section shall be transferred to the
state comptroller and applied to the fund from which they were paid on
or before the first day of April, in each year.