§ 6-1905. Interstate Compact and JUSTICE.

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§ 6-1905. Interstate Compact and JUSTICE.

   The purpose of § 6-1905 is to provide the courts with a procedure to ensure that fees, filings, custodial sanctions, and appointment of counsel on transferred Interstate Compact cases pursuant to the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision are recorded in JUSTICE, thus promoting uniform, statewide recordkeeping. See Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 29-2639 and 29-2640.

   (A) Upon receipt of the signed Nebraska Interstate Compact Offender Agreement, the Nebraska Compact Office shall forward, within 5 judicial days, the following to the District or County Court Clerk in the county in which the probationer will be supervised:

   (1) The probation terms and conditions from the sending state.

   (2) The Nebraska Interstate Compact Agreement signed by both the probationer and the supervising probation officer.

   (B) Upon receipt of the signed Nebraska Interstate Compact Offender Agreement, and within 5 judicial days, the Court Clerk in the receiving county shall enter the transferred case details into JUSTICE and assign the case a distinguishing case number denoting the case is an Interstate Compact transfer case.

   (C) Unless otherwise expressly provided by law, no filing fees or court costs shall be assessed in an Interstate Compact transfer case.

§ 6-1905 adopted December 16, 2015.