- Court: Oregon Court of Appeals
- Area(s) of Law: Criminal Law
- Date Filed: 06-02-2016
- Case #: A157700
- Judge(s)/Court Below: Ortega, P.J. for the Court; Lageson, J.; and Garrett, J.
- Full Text Opinion
At trial, the court imposed $3,095 on defendant for his court appointed attorney’s fees. On appeal, defendant argued the trail court erred in its imposition of the attorney fees because they were made with insufficient evidence in the record to support a finding that defendant “is or may be able to pay” those fees. See ORS. 161.665(4). The Court of Appeals held the record was sufficient to permit a nonspeculative inference that, after his release from prison, defendant may be able to pay the attorney fees imposed in this case; thus, the trial court did not plainly err in imposing $3,095 in court-appointed attorney fees. Affirmed.