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People v. Aguilar, S213571

In this case, the court imposed various fines and fees at the sentencing hearing as recommended in the presentence investigation report, and noted that many of the fees would be based on defendant's ability to pay. Judgment of the Court of Appeal rejecting defendant's contentions that the court imposed these fees without making a finding of his ability to pay, and that he was not advised of and did not waive his right to a court hearing on the probation supervision fee, is affirmed, where defendant's failure to challenge the fees in the trial court precludes him from doing so on appeal.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 01/12/2015
  • Published 01/12/2015


  • Werdegar


  • Supreme Court of California


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