Mo. Law Allows Offender Fees Paid To Law Enforcers

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A new Missouri law allows counties to use funds paid by criminal offenders to help law enforcement. The Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune says the measure allows judges to order certain offenders to pay up to $300 per charge. The sheriff could use the money for equipment and supplies; prosecutors could use it to alleviate costs
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