(a)(1) The State's Attorney for a county shall receive:
(i) an annual salary for performing the duties of the office as set forth in the public
general laws and the public local laws of the county; and
(ii) an annual payment for office, travel, and other expenses as provided by law and
the current practice of the county.
(2) Unless otherwise specified, a county shall pay the salary and expenses in equal
(b)(1) Except for necessary travel and other expenses incurred in trying a case removed
to another county, a State's Attorney may not receive any other compensation for performing
the duties of the office.
(2) Any fees to which the State's Attorney may be entitled shall be:
(i) collected and paid to the governing body of the county; and
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