Fines and Fees Reports
Fines and fees reports are submitted in accordance with the Appropriations Act. It states in order to promote accountability and transparency, each state agency must provide and release to the public via the agency's website, a report of all aggregate amounts of fines and fees that were charged and collected by that state agency in the prior fiscal year. The report shall include, but not be limited to: (1) the code section, regulation, or proviso that authorized the fines and fees to be charged, collected, or received; (2) the amount of the fine or fee; (3) the amount received by source; (4) the purpose for which the funds were expended by the agency; (5) the amount of funds transferred to the general fund, if applicable, and the authority by which the transfer took place; and (6) the amount of funds transferred to another entity, if applicable, and the authority by which the transfer took place, as well as the name of the entity to which the funds were transferred. Additionally, the report must be delivered to the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and the Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee by September first. Funds appropriated to and/or authorized for use by each state agency shall be used to accomplish this directive.
(South Carolina State Library, 2021-09-01)This is a listing of circuit solicitor fines and fees under the jurisdiction of the South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination.
Pursuant to Proviso 117.73 of the General Appropriations Act for FY 2019-20 (Act 91 of 2019) and the continuing resolution for the FY 2020-21 (act 135 of 2020) (South Carolina State Library, 2020-08-31)This is the South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination's report for fine and fee revenue to the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways and Means Committee.
(South Carolina State Library, 2019-08-30)This is a listing of court fines and fees under the jurisdiction of the South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination.