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Criminal Practice – Court Costs – Judge’s Discretion – Amount (access required)

State v. Patterson The amended version of G.S. § 7A-304(a) was in effect when defendant was tried and convicted. Since defendant received an active sentence, court costs had to be assessed against him unless the trial court specifically made a written finding of just cause to waive the costs.

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