(a) The clerk of each circuit court shall keep an attendance roll, in which shall
be entered the name of each witness subpoenaed for the prosecution in criminal cases
in the circuit, the name of each witness subpoenaed for the defendant at the expense
of the State under order of the court, where each witness was subpoenaed or summoned,
the date of appearance, the date of discharge, the number of days' attendance with
the dates thereof, the place of residence of the witness and the number of miles necessarily
traveled by the witness to the place of holding court. For all other witnesses in civil and criminal cases, including cases in family court,
the clerk of each court shall keep an attendance roll in which shall be entered the
name of each witness subpoenaed or summoned, each date the witness appeared, and the
date of discharge.
(b) All witnesses summoned or subpoenaed to appear in any circuit court, family court,
or district court case, as well as all court interpreters who appear at the request
of the circuit court, family court, or district court, shall be exempt from any prosecution,
penalty, or fine resulting from a parking violation for an expired meter committed
in connection with the witness or court interpreter appearing in court; provided
that the witness or court interpreter shall present any parking citation received
during this time to the clerk of the court and the clerk shall verify that the witness
or court interpreter was present at the time the citation was received. The supreme court shall adopt rules necessary to effect this section.
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