May a Court Impose a Fine of $2,450 if the Fine Was Not Ordered at Sentencing?

Judges, court reporters and court clerks sometimes do make a mistake. Does such a mistake, if beneficial to a defendant, equate to a windfall? The answer can be yes, in certain circumstances.  What if the judge forgets to order defendant to pay a $2,450 fine at time of sentencing in a DUI?  Is defendant relieved of having to make such a payment?  Click on the following link to find out.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/may-court-impose-2-450-fine-if-plea-bargain-silent-on-this.html.

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