Code of Crim. Proc. Article 42A.607
Disposition of Salary
(1)the cost to the center for the defendant’s food, housing, and supervision;
(2)the necessary expense for the defendant’s travel to and from work and community service projects, and other incidental expenses of the defendant;
(3)support of the defendant’s dependents; and
(4)restitution to the victims of an offense committed by the defendant.
(a)A judge may not order a defendant to make a payment as a term or condition of community supervision, except for:
(1)the payment of fines, court costs, or restitution to the victim;
(2)reimbursement of a county as described by Article 42A.301 (Basic Discretionary Conditions)(b)(11); or
(3)a payment ordered as a condition that relates personally to the rehabilitation of the defendant or that is otherwise expressly authorized by law.
(b)A defendant’s obligation to pay a fine or court cost as ordered by a judge is independent of any requirement to pay the fine or court cost as a condition of the defendant’s community supervision. A defendant remains obligated to pay any unpaid fine or court cost after the expiration of the defendant’s period of community supervision.
(c)A judge may not impose a condition of community supervision requiring a defendant to reimburse a county for the costs of legal services as described by Article 42A.301 (Basic Discretionary Conditions)(b)(11) if the defendant has already satisfied that obligation under Article 26.05 (Compensation of Counsel Appointed to Defend)(g).
Article 42A.607 — Disposition of Salary,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.42A.htm#42A.607 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).