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1 Judicial Department Judicial GENERAL FUND Percent Positions Change FY14 Budget FY15 Budget Circuit/County Court $176,744 $226,630 $234,010 3% 1 1 Legal Aid $463,200 $753,400 $753,400 0% Public Defender $157,566 $169,760 $158,400 (7)% State Attorney $330,734 $410,640 $405,780 (1)% Subtotal $1,128,244 $1,560,430 $1,551,590 (1)% 1 1 OTHER FUNDS Percent Positions Change FY14 Budget FY15 Budget Court Cost Fund $1,861,086 $3,283,000 $2,728,500 (17)% Judicial Technology Fee Fund $5,158,299 $6,163,010 $4,752,930 (23)% Teen Court Fee Fund $392,644 $1,329,670 $1,486,050 12% Law Library $20,111 $747,890 $842,250 13% Subtotal $7,432,140 $11,523,570 $9,809,730 (15)% Grand Total $8,560,384 $13,084,000 $11,361,320 (13)% Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 1

2 Judicial Circuit/County Court Circuit/County Court Court Programs $84,590 $93,810 $99,330 Judiciary $92,154 $132,820 $134,680 Total $176,744 $226,630 $234,010 REVENUES Charges For Services $86,943 $52,400 $59,980 Total $86,943 $52,400 $59,980 Personal Services $60,646 $63,700 $63,690 Operating Expenses $116,098 $162,930 $170,320 Total $176,744 $226,630 $234,010 Total Positions BUDGET VARIANCES 7,380 Normal Increases/Decreases (10) Personal Services 7,390 Operating Expense 7,380 TOTAL INCREASE 3 2 Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget

3 Judicial Circuit/County Court Section Court Programs GOAL STATEMENT To provide administrative, staff, and financial support to the 17 th Judicial Circuit in order to operate an efficient court system. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Court programs, under the Court Administrator's direction, augment the court system in Broward County by providing auxiliary judicial functions and effective alternatives to court proceedings through diversion programs. HIGHLIGHTS: Per the Article V requirement, funding is continued in FY15 for a Juvenile Alternative Sanctions Coordinator. This position assists in preventing juveniles from entering into the criminal justice system, deters repeat offenses and continues court contact by coordinating and providing to the juvenile courts treatment alternatives for pre and post adjudicatory juveniles and their families. The position also coordinates and provides to families of at-risk children referrals to appropriate counseling and support services. Funding is also provided in this section for the Article V mandated expenses in court reporting, court interpreting, and court mediation programs. Total Dollars $84,590 $93,810 $99,330 Total Positions Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 3

4 Judicial Circuit/County Court Section Judiciary GOAL STATEMENT To provide administrative, staff, and financial support to the 17 th Judicial Circuit in order to operate an efficient court system. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The 17th Judicial Circuit is composed of 90 circuit and county court judges funded through the Florida State Courts System, 9.5 general magistrates who provide quasi-judicial functions and 2 child support hearing officers. Court Administration is the administrative support of the 17th Judicial Circuit and is responsible for operation and supervision of all court programs and support services under the court. BUDGET COMMENTS: In FY15, funding is provided for communication services and auxiliary aids and services for qualified individuals with a disability as mandated per Article V. Funding is provided in FY15 for guardianship monitoring and background investigations. Probate Court contractual service expenditures are fully revenue supported by an investigation fee. Total Dollars $92,154 $132,820 $134, Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget

5 Judicial Legal Aid Legal Aid Legal Aid $463,200 $753,400 $753,400 Total $463,200 $753,400 $753,400 Operating Expenses $463,200 $753,400 $753,400 Total $463,200 $753,400 $753,400 BUDGET COMMENTS The total proposed budget for FY15 for Legal Aid is $1,153,400, of which $400,000 is funded by the additional $65 court cost fee provided as part of the Article V legislation and the remainder is funded by the General Fund. Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 5

6 Judicial Public Defender Public Defender BUDGET COMMENTS Public Defender $157,566 $169,760 $158,400 Total $157,566 $169,760 $158,400 Operating Expenses $157,566 $169,760 $158,400 Total $157,566 $169,760 $158,400 BUDGET VARIANCES (11,360) Decrease in telephone costs based upon historical expenditures. (11,360) TOTAL DECREASE As a result of State Article V legislation, the County retains responsibility for funding communication services, courier messenger and subpoena services for the Public Defender s Office. 3 6 Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget

7 Judicial State Attorney State Attorney BUDGET COMMENTS State Attorney $330,734 $410,640 $405,780 Total $330,734 $410,640 $405,780 Operating Expenses $330,734 $410,640 $405,780 Total $330,734 $410,640 $405,780 BUDGET VARIANCES (7,310) Decrease in telephone costs based upon historical expenditures. 2,450 Increase in communications device costs based upon historical expenditures. (4,860) TOTAL DECREASE As a result of State Article V legislation, the County retains responsibility for funding communication services, courier messenger, subpoena services and special grand jury costs. Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 7

8 Judicial Court Cost Fund Court Cost Fund Court Administration Local Option Programs $451,600 $466,600 $400,000 Law Library $429,253 $466,600 $400,000 Legal Aid $451,600 $466,600 $400,000 Juvenile Intervention Programs $440,230 $466,600 $400,000 Court Administration Reserve $0 $1,248,200 $916,750 Court Administration One-Time Funding $88,403 $168,400 $211,750 Total $1,861,086 $3,283,000 $2,728,500 REVENUES Fee Assessment $1,839,148 $1,956,000 $1,684,400 Interest Earnings $7,847 $8,630 $5,600 Miscellaneous Revenue $1,054 $0 $0 Less Five Percent $0 ($98,230) ($84,500) Fund Balance Forward $1,484,000 $1,416,600 $1,123,000 Total $3,332,049 $3,283,000 $2,728,500 Personal Services $858,191 $890,010 $897,520 Operating Expenses $831,664 $959,700 $797,270 Capital Outlay $171,231 $185,090 $116,960 Reserves $0 $1,248,200 $916,750 Total $1,861,086 $3,283,000 $2,728,500 Total Positions BUDGET VARIANCES (230,560) Decrease in operating expenses <$162,430> and capital outlay <$68,130> due to a projected decrease in Court Cost Fund revenues. (331,450) Decrease in reserve due to a decrease in fund balance and revenues. 7,510 Normal Increases 7,510 Personal Services (554,500) TOTAL DECREASE 3 8 Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget

9 BUDGET COMMENTS Judicial Court Cost Fund In accordance with the authority granted by Section Florida Statutes, the County Commission has authorized an additional court cost of $65, which shall be imposed by the court upon every person who pleads guilty or nolo contendere to, or is found guilty of, any felony, misdemeanor, or criminal traffic offense under the laws of Florida effective July 1, Funds received from this additional court cost shall be distributed as follows in FY15: 25% is allocated to local option programs based on the Chief Judge s requests - $192,020 for the Justice Alternatives Program which involves various mediation programs; $169,280 for the Domestic Violence Victim Assistance Program including four positions; $18,500 for various operating expenses for the Judges and Judicial Assistants section; $231,950 for various operating expenses and four positions in Court Administration and the Felony and Misdemeanor Mental Health Court. 25% is allocated to fund personnel and legal materials for the public as part of a law library in Broward County. This revenue source is supplemented by other law library revenues to provide a total budgeted amount of $1,242,250. Four positions are funded for this program. 25% is allocated to assist in providing Legal Aid programs in Broward County. This revenue source is supplemented by the general fund in order to provide a total budgeted amount of $1,153, % is allocated to support three positions to refer and monitor diverted juvenile cases in order to prevent them from being filed in the court ($168,470) and operating expenses at the Juvenile Intervention Facility (JIF) at the request of the Broward Sheriff s Office ($231,530). Continuation of enhancements funded with the court cost revenues is subject to actual revenues received in future years. Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 9

10 Judicial Judicial Technology Fee Fund Judicial Technology Fee Fund Court Administration $2,842,521 $2,333,490 $2,396,920 Public Defender $846,587 $921,780 $992,520 State Attorney $1,459,667 $1,354,370 $1,354,370 Guardian ad Litem $9,524 $17,620 $9,120 Reserves $0 $1,535,750 $0 Total $5,158,299 $6,163,010 $4,752,930 REVENUES Recording Fees $3,287,644 $2,700,000 $2,625,800 Interest Earnings $45,798 $51,800 $24,320 Transfer from the General Fund $0 $0 $261,700 Less 5% $0 ($137,590) ($132,510) Fund Balance Forward $6,558,000 $3,548,800 $1,973,620 Total $9,891,442 $6,163,010 $4,752,930 Personal Services $1,526,975 $1,628,490 $1,623,200 Operating Expenses $2,443,271 $2,859,740 $2,950,030 Capital Outlay $1,188,053 $139,030 $179,700 Reserves $0 $1,535,750 $0 Total $5,158,299 $6,163,010 $4,752,930 Total Positions Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget

11 BUDGET VARIANCES (17,170) Decrease in telephone costs based on actual costs. 158,200 Increase in operating expenses due to recurring e-filing costs. 103,500 Increase in capital expense due to computer server updates. (65,830) Decrease in capital expense due to the one-time nature of the expenditure. (1,535,750) Decrease in reserves due to a decrease in fund balance. (53,030) Normal Increases/Decreases (5,290) Personal Services (50,740) Operating Expenses 3,000 Capital Outlay (1,410,080) TOTAL DECREASE Judicial Judicial Technology Fee Fund BUDGET COMMENTS In accordance with the authority granted by Section Florida Statutes, an additional recording service charge of $4 per page has been imposed for each instrument listed in s , except judgments received from the courts and notices lis pendens, recorded in the official records. From the additional $4 service charge collected, $2 shall be distributed to the Board of County Commissioners to be used exclusively to fund court-related technology needs for the state trial courts, state attorney and public defender. In FY15, $2,396,920 is funded for Court Administration to support 21 information technology positions, software and hardware maintenance, T-1 lines, software support, and new and replacement equipment. In FY15, $992,520 is funded for the Public Defender for 11 IT positions and software support. In FY15, $1,354,370 is funded for the State Attorney for 5 IT positions, software support, data linkages and automation-related contractual services. In FY15, $9,120 is funded for the Guardian ad Litem program for a T-1 line and equipment maintenance. Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 11

12 Judicial Teen Court Fee Fund Teen Court Fee Fund BUDGET COMMENTS Teen Court $392,644 $1,329,670 $1,486,050 Total $392,644 $1,329,670 $1,486,050 REVENUES Charges For Services $517,175 $515,000 $485,400 Interest Earnings $7,123 $6,550 $5,500 Less 5% $0 ($26,080) ($24,550) Fund Balance $616,000 $834,200 $1,019,700 Total $1,140,298 $1,329,670 $1,486,050 Personal Services $372,850 $487,810 $538,200 Operating Expenses $19,794 $61,620 $61,580 Reserves $0 $780,240 $886,270 Total $392,644 $1,329,670 $1,486,050 Total Positions BUDGET VARIANCES 40,140 Increase in personal services to restore funding for one position that was held vacant to fund the Teen Traffic Court Magistrate Program in FY ,030 Increase in reserve primarily due to an increase in fund balance. 10,210 Normal Increases/Decreases 10,250 Personal Services (40) Operating Expense 156,380 TOTAL INCREASE In accordance with the authority granted by Section Florida Statutes, the County Commission has authorized a $2 surcharge which will be imposed against each person who pleads guilty or nolo contendere to, or is convicted of a violation of a criminal law or a municipal or county ordinance, or who pays a fine or civil penalty for any violation of Chapter 316 to fund the operation and administration of the teen court Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget

13 Judicial Law Library Law Library Law Library $20,111 $747,890 $842,250 Total $20,111 $747,890 $842,250 REVENUES Law Library Memberships $9,695 $7,300 $6,540 Reproduction Sales $10,642 $10,000 $10,000 Interest Earnings $5,975 $6,300 $4,680 Miscellaneous Receipts $26,714 $22,500 $22,500 Less 5% $0 ($2,310) ($2,190) Fund Balance Forward $774,000 $704,100 $800,720 Total $827,026 $747,890 $842,250 Capital Outlay $20,111 $95,000 $95,000 Reserves $0 $652,890 $747,250 Total $20,111 $747,890 $842,250 BUDGET VARIANCES 94,360 Increase in reserves due to an increase in fund balance. 94,360 TOTAL INCREASE BUDGET COMMENTS The total proposed budget for the Law Library for FY15 is $1,242,250, of which $400,000 is budgeted in the Court Cost Special Purpose Fund. This $400,000 is supported with a $65 court cost fee provided as part of the Article V Legislation. The remainder is funded with the remaining revenues in this Special Purpose Fund. Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Operating Budget 3 13

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