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An Act

HOUSE BILL 98-1345

BY REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero;

also SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, and Rizzuto.

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the judicial department.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:

SECTION 1. Part VIII of section 2 of chapter 310, Session Laws of Colorado 1997, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

PART VIII

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT















(1) SUPREME COURT














Personal Services

2,127,866



2,127,866














(39.0 FTE)










Operating Expenses

75,777



30,777




45,000

a






80,777







50,000

a





Capital Outlay

4,000



4,000










Grievance Committee

2,465,000







2,175,000

b

290,000

c




(31.5 FTE)













Continuing Legal Education

280,000







275,000

b

5,000

d




(4.0 FTE)













Law Examiner Board

620,000







570,000

e

50,000

f




(8.2 FTE)













Law Library

425,000







375,000

g

50,000

h



(2.0 FTE)















5,997,643














6,002,643


























a This amount shall be from various fees and other cost recoveries.

b These amounts shall be from annual attorney registration fees and other fees. For purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

c This amount shall be from reserves in the Attorney Registration Fund.

d This amount shall be from reserves in the Continuing Legal Education Fund.

e This amount shall be from law examination application fees and other fees. For purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

f This amount shall be from reserves in the Law Examiner Board Fund.

g This amount shall be from appellate court filing fees and other fees. For purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

h This amount shall be from reserves in the Law Supreme Court Library Fund created in Section 13-2-120, C.R.S.















(2) COURT OF APPEALS













Personal Services

4,459,754



4,459,754














(79.0 FTE)










Operating Expenses

78,121



71,121




7,000

a






79,121







8,000

a







4,537,875














4,538,875


























a This amount shall be from copier machine and postage receipts.















(3) COURTS ADMINISTRATION













(A) Administration104














Personal Services

2,232,823



2,232,823













(40.5 FTE)










Operating Expenses

217,503



217,503










County Courthouse Furnishings105

2,750,516



2,750,516











5,200,842



























(B) Administrative Special Purpose












Health, Life, and Dental

4,698,442



4,438,440




90,825

a

169,177

(T)b



Short-term Disability

152,640



145,235




2,475

a

4,930

(T)b



Salary Survey and Anniversary Increases

2,695,254



2,616,949




32,472

a

45,833

(T)b



Workers' Compensation

1,569,656



1,547,616




5,346

a

16,694

(T)b



Legal Services for 2,556 hours

122,685



122,685










Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

272,474



267,339




649

a

4,486

(T)b



Leased Space

170,000



170,000










Lease Purchase

94,561



94,561










Administrative Purposes

137,446



112,446




25,000

c





Judicial Conference

91,716



91,716










Retired Judges

55,598



55,598











78,263



78,263










Appellate Reports Publication

74,600



74,600










Office of Dispute Resolution

406,407



15,515




390,892

d






640,577







478,062

d

147,000

k




(4.5 FTE)













Alimony and Support106

269,872



80,000




185,200

e

4,672

f



Judicial Performance107

90,000



90,000










Child Support Enforcement

78,500



25,807






52,693

(T)g




(1.0 FTE)













Training

210,955



190,955








20,000


Collections Investigators108

2,245,274







1,737,274

h

508,000

(T)I











2,245,274

h













(36.3 FTE)


(18.0 FTE)












(54.3 FTE)






Federal Funds and Other Grants

67,186









67,186

(T)j




142,186









142,186

(T)j




13,503,266














13,835,101



























a These amounts shall be from the Fines Collection Cash Fund, C.R.S., from the Drug Offender Surcharge Fund pursuant to Section 18-19-103, C.R.S., and from fees collected by the Office of Dispute Resolution pursuant to Section 13-22-305(3), C.R.S.

b These amounts shall be from the Department of Human Services, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, and the Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice.

c This amount shall be from fees for jury instruction committees royalties from the sale of pattern jury instructions.

d This amount shall be from fees collected by the Office of Dispute Resolution pursuant to Section 13-22-305(3), C.R.S.

e This amount shall be from fees available pursuant to Section 13-32-101(1)(a.5)(I), C.R.S.

f This amount shall be from reserves in the Support Registry Fund.

g This amount shall be from federal funds appropriated in the Department of Human Services.

h Of this amount, $655,554 shall be from the Collections Collection Enhancement Fund pursuant to Section 16-11-101.6 (2), C.R.S., and $1,081,720 shall be from the Fines Collection Cash Fund pursuant to Section 18-1-105 (1)(a)(III)(d), C.R.S., and $508,000 shall be from local Victims and Witnesses Assistance and Law Enforcement (VALE) Boards.

I This amount shall be from local Victim's Assistance and Law Enforcement Boards from funds originally appropriated in the Trial Courts.

j This amount shall be from federal funds from the Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice.

k Of this amount, $89,000 (T) shall be from federal funds from the Department of Human Services, $33,000 (T) shall be from federal funds from the Governor’s Office, and $25,000 shall be from reserves in the Dispute Resolution Fund created in Section 13-22-310, C.R.S.















(C) Judicial/Heritage Complex63













Personal Services

411,074



411,074














(4.0 FTE)










Operating Expenses

58,680



58,680










Parking Lot Maintenance

2,500







2,500

a






472,254



























a This amount shall be from parking receipts.















(D) Integrated Information Services109












Personal Services

1,584,783



1,584,783













(36.0 FTE)










Operating Expenses

189,074



174,074




15,000

a






219,074







45,000

a





Purchase of Services from Computer Center

421,649



421,649










Telecommunications Expense

350,000



350,000










Hardware/Software Maintenance

1,075,000



1,075,000










Lease Purchase

581,383



581,383










Hardware Replacement

726,000



726,000










Computer Integrated Courtroom

30,000



30,000











4,957,889














4,987,889



























a This amount shall be from various fees and other cost recoveries.

















24,134,251














24,496,086


























(4) TRIAL COURTS110














Personal Services

61,215,977



61,189,049






26,928

(T)a




61,189,049

















(1,367.7 FTE)





(0.5 FTE)




Operating Expenses

4,147,922



2,727,336




1,420,586

b






4,307,922







1,580,586

b





Capital Outlay

218,271



218,271










Purchase of Microfilm Services

95,536



85,536




10,000

c





Mandated Costs

16,567,901



16,567,901











17,658,915



17,658,915










Involuntary Commitments

8,344









8,344

(T)d



Sex Offender Surcharge Fund Program

9,666







9,666

e





Victim Compensation

8,728,518







8,728,518

f





Victim Assistance

9,421,587







9,421,587

g






11,444,910







11,444,910

g





Family Preservation Matching Funds

216,882



48,814








168,068


Dependency and Neglect Pilot Projects

229,064









229,064

(T)h



Federal Funds and Other Grants

831,000







181,000

I

400,000

(T)j

250,000



1,003,312









422,312

(T)j

400,000










(4.0 FTE)


(7.5 FTE)


(5.0 FTE)




101,690,668














105,110,389


























a This amount shall be from the Department of Human Services, Division of Youth Corrections.

b This amount shall be from various fees and other cost recoveries.

c This amount shall be from the sale of CD-ROMs.

d This amount shall be from federal funds appropriated in the Department of Human Services, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division, pursuant to Section 25-1-1112 Section 25-1-1112 (1), C.R.S.

e This amount shall be from the Sex Offender Surcharge Fund.

f This amount shall be from the Crime Victim Compensation Fund. For purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

g This amount shall be from the Victims and Witnesses Assistance and Law Enforcement Fund. For purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

h This amount shall be from the Department of Human Services, from moneys in Family Issues Cash Fund.

I Of this amount, $150,000 and 4.0 FTE shall be from local grants for administration of Useful Public Service programs fees collected pursuant to Section 16-11-701 (6), C.R.S., from persons required to perform community or useful public service, and $31,000 shall be a grant from Jefferson County.

j This amount shall be from federal funds appropriated in the Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice for the Denver Drug Court.















(5) PROBATION AND RELATED SERVICES6, 111, 112












Personal Services

27,533,462



27,533,462











27,644,051



27,644,051














(591.8 FTE)










Female Offender Program

241,580



241,580














(6.0 FTE)










Operating Expenses

1,093,178



1,093,178










Capital Outlay

40,000



40,000










Intensive Supervision Operating Expenses

122,505



122,505










Offender Services

1,017,000







867,000

a

150,000

(T)b













(3.0 FTE)




Electronic Monitoring/ Drug Testing