Title 77 - Utah Code of Criminal Procedure - Chapter 32a - Criminal Accounts Receivable and Defense Costs - Section 103 - Past due accounts or payments -- Authority to send to Office of State Debt Collection independent of probation status -- Expiration.


Published: 2017-05-09

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Effective 5/9/2017 Repealed 7/1/2021 77-32a-103 Past due accounts or payments -- Authority to send to Office of State Debt Collection independent of probation status -- Expiration. (1) If a criminal judgment account receivable retained by the court becomes more than 30 days

past due, the court may, without a motion or a hearing, record the unpaid balance of the account receivable as a civil judgment and transfer the responsibility for collecting the judgment to the Office of State Debt Collection.

(2) If a criminal judgment account receivable retained by the court is more than 90 days past due, the district court shall, without a motion or hearing, record the unpaid balance of the criminal judgment account receivable as a civil judgment and transfer the responsibility for collecting the criminal judgment account receivable to the Office of State Debt Collection.

(3) (a) Criminal judgment accounts receivable are not subject to civil statutes of limitations and

expire only upon payment in full. (b) This Subsection (3) applies to all criminal judgment accounts receivable not paid in full on or

before May 12, 2017.