McCuen v. State

In McCuen v. State, 338 Ark. 631, 999 S.W.2d 682 (1999), the trial judge orally indicated that appellant's sentence would include a fine, but the judgment and commitment order did not include a fine. The trial court subsequently entered a judgment nunc pro tunc to correct the omission. The supreme court affirmed because there was no factual dispute that the trial court's sentence in open court included the fine. See id.