Speech to Text for Carroll County looks to make felons pay per diem
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the carroll county sheriff's office wants to start charging convicted prisoners a per diem. incarcerated felons will have to pay money to the department while they are in jail.the amount to be paid and the frequency of payment is still yet to be determined.the department is still in the early planning stages of the new process.carroll county sheriff tobe leazenby says the department is following the lead of clinton county.county commissioners there approved a similar program in june.he explains the logistics of the fee payment. 3<"the court actually implements that set fee what ever it may end up being. and then they are obligated whether its the individual or the family that will contribute to paying those fees"> 3 sheriff leazenby says t ordinance has to be approved by the carroll county commissioners. 3he is confident passed.