16-13-46 Jurors' per diem and mileage--Appearance fee--Certification and payment.
Jurors' per diem and mileage--Appearance fee--Certification and payment.
juror for each day's attendance upon the circuit court or the magistrate court shall receive fifty
dollars, and mileage at such rate as may be established pursuant to § 3-9-1 for each mile actually and
necessarily traveled, to be paid by the county. However, any juror called but not impaneled shall
receive an appearance fee of ten dollars and, in addition, mileage at such rate as may be established
pursuant to § 3-9-1 for each mile actually and necessarily traveled. Such juror's fees, except as
provided in § 16-13-47, shall be paid by the county treasurer upon the presentation of warrants. The
warrants shall be issued by the county auditor forthwith upon filing of each juror's certificate of
attendance. Each certificate shall bear the endorsement or certificate of the clerk of the court in
which such fees accrued to the effect that the certificate is accurate as to the time expended and the
amount of fees claimed.
Source: SDC 1939, § 32.1021; SL 1947, ch 150; SL 1949, ch 124; SL 1955, ch 127; SL 1967, ch
141; SL 1974, ch 157, § 1; SL 1975, ch 162, § 12; SL 1984, ch 152, § 1; SL 1991, ch 176, § 1; SL
1999, ch 107, § 1.