go back to the court that sentanced you and the judge there will answer your question
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Generally that sounds about right. Usually either the clerk or the probation office can assist you with that information. If you're unable to pay, inform them of that and ask for the proper procedure on waiving the fees. It may be difficult since you've already been sentenced, but it's worth a try if your circumstances have changed. Good luck.