Whether she must be paid depends on her status (party or non-party). How much she must be paid, and when, depends on her location (whether she resides in the same county as the hearing).
As has been stated, you can find the answer to your question by viewing Title 24, Chapter 10, Article 2, Part 1, Section 24 (24-10-24) of the Official Code of Georgia. I've attached a link to the Code below.
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