SORRELLS v. STATE, 667 So.2d 144 (Ala.Crim.App. 1994)

SORRELLS v. STATE, 667 So.2d 144 (Ala.Crim.App. 1994)
667 So.2d 144


CR-92-1623.Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama.
September 30, 1994.Rehearing Denied May 26, 1995.Certiorari Denied August 4, 1995Alabama Supreme Court 1941347.

Appeal from Geneva Circuit Court, No. CC-92-004; P.B. McLauchlin, Judge.

John E. Byrd, Dothan, for appellant.

James H. Evans, Atty. Gen., and Andy Poole, Asst. Atty. Gen., for appellee.

On Return To Remand
McMILLAN, Judge.

We remanded this cause to the trial court it to determine the amount of restitution due for lost wages and to vacate its order setting the amount of restitution awarded as rehabilitation expenses, 667 So.2d 142. The trial court has now filed its return, which states that the appellant has been ordered to pay $204.77 in restitution for lost wages and that the portion of its prior order pertaining to rehabilitation expense has been vacated. Because the sentence imposed upon the appellantPage 145
is now proper, the judgment of the trial court is due to be, and it is hereby, affirmed.


All Judges concur.