Indigent for Costs (IFC)


When a criminal defendant retains private counsel, yet is determined indigent by the Court for purposes of costs associated with the defense, JAC reviews and audits bills sent by due process vendors, such as court reporters, investigators, and expert witnesses, for payment.

Below please find JAC’s IFC Policies and Procedures, a guide, and frequently asked questions regarding this process, as well as necessary forms, sample motions and orders.



Attorney Fee Forms & Due Process Voucher Covers for Indigent for Costs (IFC) 
Affidavit of Attorney Fees
Civil    Criminal    Juvenile Delinquency   

DUE PROCESS PAYMENT

Guide to Obtaining Due Process Costs 
Invoice Numbering for Due Process Invoices 
What are due Process Costs? 
Due Process Rates

DUE PROCESS MOTIONS AND ORDERS

A copy of the motion should be served on JAC prior to the court considering the motion. JAC will typically respond to a motion within five business days of receipt of the motion.

Sample Motion to Incur Costs for Deposition Transcripts 
Sample Order to Incur Costs for Deposition Transcripts 
Sample Motion to Incur Costs for Mitigation Specialist 
Sample Order to Incur Costs for Mitigation Specialist 
Sample Motion to Incur Costs for Private Investigator 
Sample Order to Incur Costs for Private Investigator 

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