46 U.S. Code § 10319 - Costs of a criminal conviction

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In a proceeding about a seaman’s wages, if it is shown that the seaman was convicted during the voyage of an offense by a competent tribunal and sentenced by the tribunal, the court hearing the case may direct that a part of the wages due the seaman, but not more than $15, be applied to reimburse the master for costs properly incurred in procuring the conviction and sentence.


(Pub. L. 98–89, Aug. 26, 1983, 97 Stat. 569.)

Historical and Revision Notes
Revised section Source section (U.S. Code)
10319 46:707

Section 10319 provides that if a seaman was convicted during a voyage by a tribunal, that the court may direct that up to $15 of the seaman’s wages be used to reimburse the master for the costs incurred.

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