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2009 Session

Budget Bill - HB1600 (Chapter 781)

Supreme Court

Item 33

Item 33

First Year - FY2009Second Year - FY2010
Pre-Trial, Trial, and Appellate Processes (32100)$12,158,723$14,158,723
$11,650,723
Appellate Review (32101)FY2009 $7,947,823FY2010 $7,947,823
$7,439,823
Other Court Costs and Allowances (Criminal Fund) (32104)FY2009 $4,210,900FY2010 $6,210,900
$4,210,900
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2009 $12,158,723FY2010 $14,158,723
$11,650,723

Authority: Article VI, Sections 1 through 6, Constitution of Virginia; Title 17.1, Chapter 3 and § 19.2-163, Code of Virginia.


A. Out of the amounts for Appellate Review shall be paid:


1. The annual salary of the Chief Justice, $178,043 from July 1, 2008, to November 24, 2008, $181,604 from November 25, 2008, to November 24, 2009, and $185,236 $181,604 from November 25, 2009, to June 30, 2010.


2. The annual salaries of the six (6) Associate Justices, each $166,999 from July 1, 2008, to November 24, 2008, $170,339 from November 25, 2008, to November 24, 2009, and $173,746 $170,339 from November 25, 2009, to June 30, 2010.


3. To each justice, $13,500 the first year and $13,500 the second year, for expenses not otherwise reimbursed, said expenses to be paid out of the current appropriation to the Court.


B. There is hereby reappropriated the unexpended balance remaining at the close of business on June 30, 2008, in the appropriation made in Item 25, Chapter 847, Acts of Assembly of 2007, in the item detail Other Court Costs and Allowances (Criminal Fund) and the balance remaining in this item detail on June 30, 2009.


C. Out of the amounts appropriated in this Item, $4,200,000 the first year and $6,200,000 $4,200,000 the second year from the general fund is included for increased reimbursements for court-appointed counsel pursuant to § 19.2-163, Code of Virginia.


D.  The Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia shall encourage training of Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court judges regarding the options available for court-ordered services for families in truancy cases prior to the initiation of other remedies.