The fee will go into effect June 1 to help cover costs.
The Yakima Herald-Republic reports the jail holds more than 750 inmates and about 450 are local. The rest are housed under contracts with other jurisdictions.
The $50 fee will be returned to inmates who cases do not result in convictions.
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