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41-104. Offer of reward for information leading to apprehension of convict or arrest and conviction of felon; authorization for payment

A. The governor may offer a reward, not exceeding ten thousand dollars, for information leading to the apprehension of a convict who has escaped from the state prison or for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who have committed or are charged with commission of a felony.

B. The governor shall certify to the department of administration the name of the person giving the information leading to the arrest, immediately upon conviction of the person arrested. The governor may, if the person certified to the department of administration is alleged to have been, or has admitted to be, an accomplice, principal or accessory in such crime, direct that the reward so offered be reduced to an amount not less than ten dollars. In determining the amount the governor shall take into consideration the value of the information in securing a conviction, the availability of the information from other sources and the culpability of the person providing the information. Upon certification of the name and the amount the director of the department of administration shall draw his warrant to be paid from the state general fund.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-104

41-104. Offer of reward for information leading to apprehension of convict or arrest and conviction of felon; authorization for payment

A. The governor may offer a reward, not exceeding ten thousand dollars, for information leading to the apprehension of a convict who has escaped from the state prison or for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who have committed or are charged with commission of a felony.

B. The governor shall certify to the department of administration the name of the person giving the information leading to the arrest, immediately upon conviction of the person arrested. The governor may, if the person certified to the department of administration is alleged to have been, or has admitted to be, an accomplice, principal or accessory in such crime, direct that the reward so offered be reduced to an amount not less than ten dollars. In determining the amount the governor shall take into consideration the value of the information in securing a conviction, the availability of the information from other sources and the culpability of the person providing the information. Upon certification of the name and the amount the director of the department of administration shall draw his warrant to be paid from the state general fund.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-104

41-104. Offer of reward for information leading to apprehension of convict or arrest and conviction of felon; authorization for payment

A. The governor may offer a reward, not exceeding ten thousand dollars, for information leading to the apprehension of a convict who has escaped from the state prison or for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who have committed or are charged with commission of a felony.

B. The governor shall certify to the department of administration the name of the person giving the information leading to the arrest, immediately upon conviction of the person arrested. The governor may, if the person certified to the department of administration is alleged to have been, or has admitted to be, an accomplice, principal or accessory in such crime, direct that the reward so offered be reduced to an amount not less than ten dollars. In determining the amount the governor shall take into consideration the value of the information in securing a conviction, the availability of the information from other sources and the culpability of the person providing the information. Upon certification of the name and the amount the director of the department of administration shall draw his warrant to be paid from the state general fund.

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