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Whenever anyone is convicted of an offense under this title, in addition to the fine imposed, he must pay the costs of prosecution. Costs of prosecution include any or all of the following: cost of docketing, cost of issuing the warrant, cost for mileage in processing the warrant, a fee for a personal recognizance bond, and costs for witness fees. If in default, the defendant may be imprisoned until such fine and costs of prosecution are paid or worked out at a community service project designated by the court or the city. A defendant shall be given credit for ten dollars per each full day of imprisonment or twenty-four dollars for each full day of work on a community service project. (Ord. 1390, 1978)

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