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Submitting an Invoice

In order to be paid as an appointed attorney, you must submit an invoice to the Administrative Commissioner immediately after you complete your shift. If the Administrative Commissioner is not on site, you can submit the invoice to the commissioner at the hearing who will forward it to the Administrative Commissioner for authorization of payment.

If you are scheduled for a specific shift for a specific week, you will need to bring an invoice on the last day of that week that lists each day you reported. Each invoice must be filled out and signed by you and by the Administrative Commissioner.

If you are scheduled and the commissioner calls to advise there are no hearings, and you do not respond for any hearings during the scheduled time, mail your invoice to the Administrative Commissioner for the minimum amount, within three days. See the directory of Commissioner Stations for names of Administrative Commissioners and location information.

  • INVOICE (DCA-123)
    IMPORTANT: Follow the step-by-step instructions on page 2 to complete the form. This will aid in the timely processing of your invoice.