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California Code, Welfare and Institutions Code - WIC § 6322

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<Section 6322 was repealed by Stats.1981, c. 928, p. 3485, § 2. For continued application to certain sex offenders, see Historical and Statutory Notes under Welfare and Institutions Code § 6300.>

The sheriff of any county wherein an order is made by the court committing a person for an indeterminate period to a state hospital or other facility or returning such person to the court, or any other peace officer designated by the court, shall execute the writ of commitment or order of return, and receive as compensation therefor such fees as are now or may hereafter be provided by law for the transportation of prisoners to the state prison, which shall be payable in the same manner.

The expense of transporting a person to a county facility or state hospital temporarily for an observation placement under this article and returning such person to the court is a charge upon the county in which the court is situated.

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