46 USC 10319 - Costs of a criminal conviction
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Sec. 10319. Costs of a criminal conviction
In a proceeding about a seaman’s wages, if it is shown that the seaman was convicted during the voyage of an offense by a competent tribunal and sentenced by the tribunal, the court hearing the case may direct that a part of the wages due the seaman, but not more than $15, be applied to reimburse the master for costs properly incurred in procuring the conviction and sentence.
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Last modified: July 21, 2011