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Current as of: 2011

§ 17.1-915. Witness fees; mileage; exception.

A. Each witness, shall receive for his attendance the same fees and all witnesses shall receive the same mileage allowed by law to a witness in civil cases. The amount shall be paid by the Commission from funds appropriated for the use of the Commission.

B. This section shall not apply to an officer or employee of the Commonwealth or a political subdivision thereof, or an officer or an employee of a court of the Commonwealth.

(1971, Ex. Sess., c. 154, § 2.1-37.15; 2001, c. 844.)

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