Unless separately appointed as Criminal Justice Act (CJA) counsel, co-counsel, or associate attorneys may not submit their own CJA forms to be compensated under the CJA. However, an appointed counsel may claim compensation for services furnished by a partner or associate or, with prior authorization by the court, counsel who is not a partner or associate, within the maximum compensation allowed by the CJA, separately identifying the provider of each service (on the Form CJA 20 or Form CJA 30, as applicable).
[Guide, Vol. 7, § 230.53.10] [Guide, Vol. 7, § 620.10.10(c)]