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12-942.


12-942.
   
   A judge of any court of this state may award the following as costs:
   
   1. Any fees assessed by the court clerk or the clerk of the appellate
   court;
   
   2. Reasonable expenses for the giving of notice, including expenses
   for service of summons and other judicial process and expenses for
   publication;
   
   3. Statutory witness fees and reasonable expenses for service of
   subpoenas;
   
   4. Costs of copying papers necessarily used at trial, limited to the
   amount authorized by law. If no amount is specified, costs of copying
   papers shall be limited to ten cents ($0.10) per page;
   
   5. Transcripts of the trial or another proceeding that the court
   determines are necessary to resolve the case;
   
   6. Reasonable expenses for taking and transcribing deposition
   testimony, for furnishing copies to the witness and opposing counsel,
   and for recording deposition testimony on videotape, but not to exceed
   One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per two-hour videotape, unless the court
   determines that a particular deposition was neither reasonable nor
   necessary; and
   
   7. Any other expenses authorized by law to be collected as costs.
   

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