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The 14th Court of Appeals in its October 16, 2012 opinion in Johnson v. State of Texas appears to me to hold that we can no longer charge criminal defendants with court costs unless the clerk issues a bill of costs prior to the judgment. Has anyone else that, like Sherman County, does not routinely issue bills of costs in criminal cases looked at this opinion and concluded that we are now going to have to do so?
 
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