STATE OF OREGON, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. LEE JUNIOR WILLIAMS, JR., aka Lee Williams, Defendant-Appellant.
Defendant appeals a judgment of conviction for harassment, ORS 166.065(1), assigning error to the trial court's decision to give a jury instruction on “withdrawal” in the context of self-defense. He also assigns error to the trial court's imposition of a $255 “DUII conviction fee,” arguing that the court lacked authority to impose that fee because he was not convicted of driving under the influence of intox-icants (DUII).
We reject defendant's first assignment of error with-out published discussion. As for defendant's second assignment of error, the state concedes that the trial court erred by imposing a DUII conviction fee when defendant was not convicted of DUII. We agree and accept the state's conces-sion. State v. Williams, 280 Or App 631, 632, 380 P3d 1225, rev den, 360 Or 604 (2016).
Portion of judgment imposing $255 DUII conviction fee reversed; otherwise affirmed.