(1) The per diem fees, mileage and expenses due to each juror in the circuit court shall be paid by the state from funds available for the purpose. Payment shall be made upon a certified statement, prepared by the clerk of court, showing the number of days each juror has served and the amount due each juror for mileage and other expenses.
(2) If a jury in the circuit court is provided food, drink, lodging or transportation by order of the circuit court, the cost thereof shall be paid by the state from funds available for the purpose.
(3) Each circuit court shall offer each juror the opportunity to waive receipt of the per diem and mileage expenses otherwise payable to the juror for the purpose of funding Judicial Department programs and activities identified by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. All amounts waived by a juror under the provisions of this subsection are continuously appropriated to the Judicial Department programs and activities that are identified by the Chief Justice for receipt of the waived amounts, and may be used only for the purposes of those programs and activities.
(4) This section does not apply to mileage and other expenses of jurors reimbursed by a county as provided in ORS 10.061 (4). [1981 s.s. c.3 §43; 1985 c.703 §8; 1999 c.1085 §6]Section: Previous 10.040 10.050 10.055 10.060 10.061 10.065 10.070 10.075 10.077 10.080 10.090 10.095 10.100 10.105 10.107 Next
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