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(A) (1) Upon a defendant’s conviction or upon receiving a deferred or continued sentence, the Municipal Attorney shall ask the Court to require a person confined, both before and after a conviction, in the City Jail or other jail for which the city pays a fee for incarceration, to pay the costs of incarceration as set forth below.
(2) Costs of incarceration shall include booking, receiving and processing out, housing, food, clothing, medical care, dental care and psychiatric services. The costs of incarceration shall be an equal amount to the costs of the services as determined by the Chief of Police. The costs of incarceration shall be paid to all jail facilities where the person is held before and after conviction. The costs of incarceration shall not be assessed if, in the judgement of the Court, the costs would impose a manifest hardship on the person or property of the person is needed for the maintenance and support of immediate family.
(3) The amount collected shall be paid by the Court Clerk to the General Fund of the city.
(B) The Court may require a person confined in the City Jail for any offense to pay the Court Clerk the costs of incarceration, as defined above, both before and after conviction by order of the Court.
(C) Persons being released from the facility on bail prior to conviction shall be required to post sufficient bail to cover costs of incarceration.
(Prior Code, § 7-134) (Ord. 1635, passed 5-2-00; Am. Ord. 1900, passed 5-19-15)
Similar provisions, see 22 O.S. § 979(a)