Williams v. State

No. 83-671 | Fla. Dist. Ct. App. | Aug 3, 1983


We find error only in the court’s assessment of costs. Accordingly, we strike the trial court’s assessment of $2 court costs, and $10 assessed for the Crimes Compensation Trust Fund.1 These assessments were improper since appellant had been adjudged insolvent. Cox v. State, 334 So. 2d 568" court="Fla." date_filed="1976-06-04" href="https://app.midpage.ai/document/cox-v-state-1781314?utm_source=webapp" opinion_id="1781314">334 So.2d 568 (Fla.1976); Johnson v. State, 403 So. 2d 626" court="Fla. Dist. Ct. App." date_filed="1981-09-16" href="https://app.midpage.ai/document/johnson-v-state-7512735?utm_source=webapp" opinion_id="7512735">403 So.2d 626 (Fla. 2d DCA 1981). Otherwise, we affirm the judgment and sentence of the trial court.

HOBSON, A.C.J., and RYDER and CAMPBELL, JJ., concur.

. We previously certified to the supreme court the question of whether costs may be assessed for the Crimes Compensation Trust Fund and Law Enforcement Officers Training Trust Fund against a defendant who had been adjudged insolvent. Brown v. State, 427 So. 2d 271" court="Fla. Dist. Ct. App." date_filed="1983-02-16" href="https://app.midpage.ai/document/brown-v-state-1584041?utm_source=webapp" opinion_id="1584041">427 So.2d 271 (Fla. 2d DCA 1983).