Appeal from Circuit Court of Livingston County No. 11CF82 Honorable Jennifer H. Bauknecht, Judge Presiding.
PRESIDING JUSTICE STEIGMANN delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion. Justices Pope and Holder White concurred in the judgment and opinion.
STEIGMANN PRESIDING JUSTICE
¶ 1 Following a June 2011 trial, a jury convicted defendant, Richard Dunlap, of (1) one count of aggravated battery to a police officer (720 ILCS 5/12-4(b)(18) (West 2010)) and (2) five counts of resisting arrest (720 ILCS 5/31-1(a) (West 2010)). In August 2011, the court sentenced defendant to four years in prison. As part of defendant's sentence, the court imposed a $400 reimbursement for court-appointed counsel pursuant to section 113-3.1 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963 (725 ILCS 5/113-3.1 (West 2010)).
¶ 2 Defendant appeals, arguing that the trial court erred by ordering reimbursement because the court failed to consider his affidavit of financial condition as required by section 113-3.1(a) of the Code (725 ILCS 5/113-3.1(a) (West 2010)). Because we conclude that defendant affirmatively acquiesced to the court's imposition of the $400 reimbursement order, we affirm.
¶ 3 I. BACKGROUND
¶ 4 Following a June 2011 trial, a jury convicted defendant of (1) one count of aggravated battery to a police officer (720 ILCS 5/12-4(b)(18) (West 2010)) and (2) five counts of resisting arrest (720 ILCS 5/31-1(a) (West 2010)).
¶ 5 In August 2011, the trial court conducted a sentencing hearing and sentenced defendant to four years in prison. After imposing the term of imprisonment, as well as various other fines and fees, the court addressed defendant as follows:
"THE COURT: Now, I also set this for hearing to determine whether or not to impose [an] assessment [for court-appointed counsel, ] and I have had an opportunity to review the [presentence investigation report (PSI)]. The purpose of this hearing is to determine what if any public defender assessment the Court should impose. The statute allows for anything from zero to $5, 000. There was a *** trial in this case; and you do have the ability to work although I understand you've been in jail for some time; but you've worked in the past. So I'm considering a $400 public defender assessment considering we had a jury trial in this case. But this is your opportunity if you've got any evidence or anything you want to say on whether or not I should impose that. THE DEFENDANT: (Shakes head). THE COURT: Is there anything you'd like to say? Can you answer out loud for the record?
THE DEFENDANT: No.
THE COURT: So I'll impose a $400 public defender assessment, and that would also be due within 12 months of your release from the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Any questions, [counsel]?
[PROSECUTOR]: No, judge.
[DEFENSE COUNSEL]: No, Your ...