19-2516. cost of presentence investigation. If a court orders a presentence investigation to be conducted, the court shall order the defendant to pay an amount to be determined by the department of correction, not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100), of the cost of conducting the presentence investigation and preparing the presentence investigation report. Such court orders shall be included in the judgment. Any such amount to be paid by the defendant shall be determined by the department of correction and shall be based on the defendant’s ability to pay. In determining a defendant’s ability to pay, the department of correction may consider such factors as the defendant’s income, property owned, outstanding obligations and the number and ages of dependents. Such payments shall be made to the department of correction and will be placed in the probation and parole receipts account created pursuant to section 20-225A, Idaho Code, and utilized as reimbursement for the cost of conducting the presentence investigation and preparing the presentence investigation report. Moneys in the probation and parole receipts account may be expended only after appropriation by the legislature.
[19-2516, added 2011, ch. 74, sec. 1, p. 156.]
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