- Court: Oregon Court of Appeals
- Area(s) of Law: Criminal Procedure
- Date Filed: 02-18-2016
- Case #: A156800
- Judge(s)/Court Below: Duncan, P.J., for the Court; DeVore & Flynn, JJ.
- Full Text Opinion
Defendant seeks to reverse her first and second-degree robbery convictions because she claims that the court erred by requiring her to pay court appointed attorney fees of $440. The state, however, concedes that the trial court erred because the record is void of whether defendant “is or may be able” to pay. On appeal, the court agreed because there was an absence of legally sufficient evidence and the amount was “substantial” in light of defendant’s circumstances. The requirement to pay attorney fees was refersed; otherwise affirmed.