The trial court revoked the appellant's community supervision and assessed attorneys' fees from when he was placed on community supervision and a second assessment for the revocation proceedings. The evidence was insufficient to support the assessment of the attorney's fees for the revocation, but, as to the first assessment, a complaint regarding the assessment of attorneys' fees as a condition of community supervision must be raised at the time the condition was imposed. The trial court's judgment is reversed in part and remanded. Waco Court of Appeals, No. 10-12-00259-CR, 11-29-2012.
Wiley v. State
Tex. App. Dist. 10
December 4, 2012
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