TMCLR 9.1 REQUIREMENT FOR PAYMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE PROBATION FEES, INTERPRETER SERVICE FEES, PUBLIC DEFENDER FEES, AND JAIL BOOKING FEES A. If a defendant is found guilty of a criminal violation and sentenced to a suspended, deferred or continued sentence, then the court may impose an administrative probation fee up to the maximum fee permitted under the current state statute. B. If a defendant is provided with interpreter services during any phase of a criminal proceeding, to include but not limited to arraignment, pre-trial hearing, or post- conviction review, the court, at its discretion, may order recoupment of costs for the interpreter's service. C. If a defendant is provided a public defender during any phase of a criminal proceeding, the court may order recoupment of costs for public defender services. D. If a defendant has been confined during any phase of a criminal proceeding by order of the Tukwila Municipal Court, the defendant may be ordered to pay the costs of confinement, not to exceed the cost of each booking fee associated with a case, plus the daily housing cost of the defendant at whatever jail he/she is confined.
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