APPEAL FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF WASHITA COUNTY, THE
HONORABLE CHRISTOPHER S. KELLY, ASSOCIATE DISTRICT JUDGE.
S. KEITH Attorney at Law, COUNSEL FOR APPELLANT.
WALKER-JOHNSON Appellate Defense Counsel, COUNSEL FOR
GATLIN Assistant District Attorney COUNSEL FOR THE STATE.
HUNTER Attorney General of Oklahoma, DIANE L. SLAYTON
Assistant Attorney General COUNSEL FOR THE STATE.
Appellant, Jonas Jorge Conroy-Perez, appeals from the
acceleration of his deferred judgment and sentencing in Case
No. CF-2014-182 in the District Court of Washita County, by
the Honorable Christopher S. Kelly, Associate District Judge.
On August 20, 2015, Appellant entered a negotiated plea of
guilty to Harboring a Fugitive From Justice, and judgment and
sentencing was deferred for two years until August 17, 2017,
pursuant to rules and conditions of probation.
On February 11, 2016, the State filed an application to
accelerate Appellant's deferred sentencing alleging he
violated probation by (1) having new felony charges filed for
Knowingly Concealing Stolen Property in the District Court of
Washita County; and (2) by failing, refusing and neglecting
to pay his "Prosecution Reimbursement fees to the
District Attorney's Office." On May 30, 2017, the
hearing on the application to accelerate was held before
At the hearing, the State presented the testimony of Brittani
Brice ("Brice"), a victim/witness coordinator for
the Washita County District Attorney's Office. Brice
testified that in August of 2015 Appellant had been ordered
to pay $960.00 in District Attorney supervision fees;
Appellant made a payment of $80.00 on January 15, 2016, as
his only payment; and thus his current balance was $880.00.
On cross-examination, Brice testified that she had not
checked on and was not testifying about Appellant's
financial condition, only that he owes $880.00. After
Brice's testimony, the State rested. 
Appellant testified in his own defense. Appellant said he had
not worked since June 11, 2015, when he was in a vehicle
wreck while working for a television and appliance company.
Appellant testified he was on worker's compensation and
could not work because he needed arm surgery and because of a
pending worker's compensation settlement. On
cross-examination, Appellant acknowledged his accident
occurred about one and one-half months before he entered his
plea in this case and he knew about his medical issues and
his worker's compensation issues when he entered the plea
agreement. After his testimony, Appellant rested.
In closing, the State argued that, while it was
understandable Appellant wasn't working because of his
pending surgery and pending worker's compensation
settlement, he still had the responsibility to make required
payments. The State also noted Appellant agreed to make the
payments after his accident. The State asked that Appellant
be convicted and sentenced to a term of five years, with all
but the first ninety days suspended. Counsel for Appellant
argued the evidence showed he is willing and wants to work
but can't because of his physical disability caused by
After hearing the arguments, Judge Kelly stated that, having
reviewed the evidence and testimony, Appellant had violated
his rules and conditions of probation and his deferred
judgment would be accelerated to a term of ten years with
DOC, with all time suspended except for the first ninety
Appellant filed this appeal asserting four ...